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Transport and Environment: Facing A Dilemma TERM 2005

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Series: EEA Reports Volume: 2006/03
Edited By: European Environment Agency
Transport and Environment: Facing A Dilemma
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  • Transport and Environment: Facing A Dilemma ISBN: 9789291678112 Paperback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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This report represents a summary of 10 selected issues from the EEA's TERM (transport and environment reporting mechanism) set of transport and environment integration indicators.The objective is to indicate some of the main challenges to reducing the environmental impacts of transport, and to make suggestions for improving the environmental performance of the transport system as a whole. The report examines 10 key issues which need to be addressed in the coming years. These issues are derived from seven policy questions that form the backbone of TERM. As with previous TERM reports, this report evaluates the indicator trends in terms of progress towards existing objectives and targets. This is carried out using EU policy documents and various transport and environmental directives.

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Edited By: European Environment Agency
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