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Reporting of Abatement Plans. 7 th EIONET Meeting 19 March 2002 Juergen Schneider. Reporting of abatement plans. D P S I R. Emission Air Quality Abatement plans. Reporting of abatement plans. Reporting on air emissions air quality data abatement plans.

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reporting of abatement plans

Reporting of Abatement Plans

7th EIONET Meeting19March 2002

Juergen Schneider

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Reporting of abatement plans

D P S I R

Emission Air Quality Abatement plans

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Reporting of abatement plans

Reporting on

  • air emissions
  • air quality data
  • abatement plans
air emissions 1
Air Emissions 1
  • Since many years results are summarised in reports available on the internet.
  • Legal basisUN/ECE CLRTAP; NEC Dir; Monitoring mechanism; UNFCCC; in addition sector specific reporting, e.g. LCP; IPPC;....)
  • Format/contentwell defined; previously national totals, in SNAP categories.
  • Reporting on emissions under the UN/ECE CLRTAP and the NEC Dir. is currently revised and will include i.a. activity data and projections for 2010, 2015 and 2020.
air emissions 2
Air Emissions 2
  • In addition, Parties should report on current reduction plans taking into account their obligations under the protocols. Current legislation projections may deviate from current reduction plans in either direction depending on the state of legislation and projected future activity levels.
air emissions 3
Air Emissions3

Clients/purpose

  • Commission; IC/checking legal compliance
  • CAFE/CLRTAP/Review, policy development
  • National experts/comparisons, modelling, trends...
  • Experts developing AQ models, e.g. EMEP/linking emissions with ambient air levels and deposition)
  • Experts doing IAM, e.g. CIAM/ development of cost effective emission reduction strategies
air quality data 1
Air Quality Data1
  • Reported since many years; summarised in reports, e.g. EMEP and EEA; available on the internet

Legal basisEoI; FWD & DD: Annual questionnaire; Ozone Dir., EMEP;

  • Formats/content
    • well defined
    • EoI: Raw data and meta data
    • FWD & DD: Assessment in relation to AQ LV
    • Ozone Dir: Exceedance statistics
    • EMEP: raw data
air quality data 2
Air Quality Data2

Clients/purpose

  • Commission/checking legal compliance with AQ Dir.
  • CAFE/review, policy development
  • National and international experts/ comparisons, trend assessment; success of measures;…
  • Experts doing effect studies, e.g. WHO
  • Experts developing AQ models, e.g. EMEP/validation;
abatement plans unfccc 1
Abatement plansUNFCCC 1
  • Partly established (UNFCCC, ECE CLRTAP), partly under development (EC Dir.)

UNFCCC

  • Legal basis: UNFCCC, COP decisions;
  •  COP 5.... promote progress to this end, each of these Parties shall communicate, within six months of the entry into force of the Convention for it and periodically thereafter.....detailed information on its policies and measures ..... as well as on its resulting projected anthropogenic emissions by sources and removals by sinks of greenhouse gases .....
abatement plans unfccc 2
Abatement plansUNFCCC 2
  • Format/contentwell defined, very detailed
  • Reports available on web-side of UNFCCC http://unfccc.int/text/resource/natcom/nctable.html
  • Clients/purpose
    • UNFCCC secretariat/Compliance checking
    • National Experts/providing information on strategies and policies
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Abatement plansECE 1

ECE

  • Legal basis: EB decisions
  • Formats/contentdefined by ECE (less extensive as in previous years!) http://www.unece.org/env/documents/2001/eb/air/eb.air.2001.2.e.pdf
  • Reports available on ECE web-side
  • Clients/purpose
    • ECE secretariat, other bodies of the Convention like EB, IC/Compliance checking
    • National Experts/providing information on strategies and policies
abatement plans mm
Abatement plansMM

EU

  • Legal basis:Monitoring mechanism 1999/296/EC (GHG)

Article 2(2)

National Programmes including information on national policies and measures, measures for the implementation of Community legislation and policies, and projections of future emissions.

  • Formats/contentwell defined in guidelines; very detailed
  • Clients/purpose
    • EC/Compliance checking
    • National Experts/providing information on strategies and policies
abatement plans nec
Abatement plansNEC
  • Legal basis:Directive on National Emission Ceilings (NOX, SO2, NMVOC and NH3)

Article 6

  • 1. Member States shall, by 1 October 2002 at the latest, draw up programmes for the progressive reduction of national emissions of the pollutants referred to in Article 4 with the aim of complying at least with the national emission ceilings laid down in Annex I by 2010 at the latest.
  • 2. The national programmes shall include information on adopted and envisaged policies and measures and quantified estimates of the effect of these policies and measures on emissions of the pollutants in 2010. Anticipated significant changes in the geographical distribution of national emissions shall be indicated.
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Abatement plansNEC
  • Legal basis:Directive on National Emission Ceilings (NOX, SO2, NMVOC and NH3)

Article 8

  • 2. Member States shall, by 31 December 2002 at the latest, inform the Commission of the programmes drawn up in accordance with Article 6(1) and (2). The Commission shall forward the national programmes received to the other Member States within one month of their reception.
  • 4. The Commission shall, in accordance with the procedure set out in Article 13(2), establish provisions to ensure consistent and transparent reporting of national programmes.
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Abatement plansNEC
  • Format/content: To be defined by the Commission
  • Reports will be available
  • Clients/purposes:
    • EC/(Compliance checking)
    • CAFE/Scenario development, review, policy development
    • National experts/exchange of information, gain experience
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Abatement plansNEC

Minimum information in a simple, comparable format:

    • Identification and description of measures
    • Quantification of the effects (including time lag)
    • Estimation of costs
  • Desirable: ex post analysis of success and costs
abatement plans fwd
Abatement plansFWD

Legal basis: FWD

  • Article 8: MS ensure a plan is prepared or implemented for attaining the limit value.
  • Article 11: MS send these plans to the Commission within 2 years;MS shall inform the Commission every three years of the progress of the plan.
  • Article 8: Commission shall regularly check implementation of the plans by examining their progress and the trends in air pollution
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Abatement plansFWD

Action plans (Art. 7) to ensure compliance

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Abatement plansFWD

Format/content:

  • Outline in Annex IV of the FWD (Assessment + measures)

Clients/purpose:

  • EC/compliance checking
  • CAFE/???
  • National Experts/learn from experience in other MS
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Abatement plansFWD
  • Proposal by Working Group on Implementation
    • What information should be reported?
    • Which level of detail is reasonable for this kind of information?
    • Is there any preferable format to provide that information?
    • (Is there guidance needed to help responsible authorities to obtain the information required to fulfil the reporting requirements?)