Observatory! Liguria Region Energy and Environment Observatory, IT

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The Energy and Environmental Observatory of Liguria Region was created in 1997 to prepare the inventory of polluting emissions. Today it’s extended to numerous environmental data and indicators.
Monitoring covers energy consumptions and production, energetic and non-energetic GHG emissions and air quality.
The data and indicators coming from the Regional Observatory support the Regional policy on energy and climate change and they are also relevant to the evaluation of pressure on other environmental media (water and waste).
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