EMISSIONS and IMMISSIONS of pollutants into the atmosphere

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Has the flue gas analysis highlighted the fact that the electricity and thermal energy producing industry is responsible for the elimination of the largest amount of CO2 in the environment, at the level of the European Union? Regarding Romania, the CO2 emissions generated from different activity sectors also highlight the major contribution of the energy and transport sector, which means that these are the areas on which it is necessary to implement measures and actions to reduce CO2 emissions. At European level, the first policy initiative in the field of adaptation to the effects of climate change was launched, by the adoption by the European Commission (EC) on 29 June 2007 of the document "Green Paper on adaptation to the effects of climate change in Europe: options for EU action" . The adaptation process requires action at all levels: local, regional, national and international. In September 2005, the European Commission drew up the Thematic Strategy on Air Pollution and the proposal for a new Air Quality Directive to reduce pollution in the European Union under the Clean Air for Europe (CAFE) program. Directive 2008/50 / EC on air quality is the first measure to implement the Strategy.


Romania signed, in 1992, at the Rio de Janeiro Summit, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), ratified by Law no. 24/1994. The main objective of this convention is to stabilize the concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere at a level that prevents dangerous anthropogenic disturbance of the climate system. The inventory of the main polluting combustion plants includes the cast iron and steel production installations, the cement and lime factories, ceramics, paper, glass and oil refineries.


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