Europe's environment : the third assessment
European Environment Agency
PublisherLuxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union
MetadataShow full item record
Europe's environment : the third assessment, is the most comprehensive up-to-date overview currently available of the state of the environment on this continent. It covers for the first time the whole of the Russian federation and central Asia. The report also analyses how the main economic driving forces put pressure on the European environment and identifies other key areas where further action is needed. Europe's environment : the third assessment has been compiled with input from more than 100 environmental specialists across Europe working with a team at the European Environment Agency. It formed a key contribution to the fifth meeting of environment ministers of all European countries in Kiev, Ukraine, in May 2003, under the auspices of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe where ministers appraised progress in implementing the Environment for Europe process. The European Environment Agency has been involved in preparing background documentation for this process for more than a decade. Two previous 'Europe's environment reports' were published in 1995 and 1998 respectively for previous ministerial conferences, here too providing a unique basis for the policy discussions.
Citation“2003. Europe's environment : the third assessment. Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union.”
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage retrieval system, without the permission in writing from the copyright holder. For rights of translation or reproduction please contact EEA ; European Environment Agency.Bibl..European Union document
SeriesEnvironmental assessement report ; 10
Pagination1 online resource.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Stirling, James R. (Loughborough University, 1998)We develop three models for the flow in an estuary. The first being a 2 1-dimensional time-periodic model of a flow in the vertical cross section. The second model adds a third un-coupled velocity field U, in the along-estuary ...
Bown, Marion Haley. (Nottingham Trent University, 2002)
Ellis, David R. (University of Manchester, 1991)The use of storage tanks in sewerage systems has increased in recent years. The primary functions of such tanks are to attenuate flow and to retain pollutants within the sewer system. The main problem is to provide storage ...