With the contribution of the LIFE programme of the European Union - LIFE17 ENV/GR/000215 and  the co-financing of Green Fund, Greece

New CO2 Green report 2019 published

The European Commission is working to set up an Operational Anthropogenic CO₂ Emissions Monitoring & Verification Support Capacity.

The CO2 Green report describes the needs and high level requirements of in situ measurements to help establish an operational Monitoring & Verification Support (MVS) capacity to quantify anthropogenic CO2 emissions. The analysis addresses these needs for all core elements of the envisaged integrated system with a particular focus on the impact of in situ measurements in achieving the proposed objectives. The specific needs for the validation of products delivered by the space component – that is, the Copernicus Sentinels CO2 monitoring constellation – are addressed as an additional prerequisite for the success of the CO2 support capacity. The resulting European asset will represent a significant contribution to the virtual international constellation proposed by the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) and complementary requirements are elaborated in that international context.

The newly released CO2 Green report 2019 as well as the previous reports are available by clicking on the thumbnails below.

CO2 Green report 2019

CO2 Red Report 2017

CO2 Blue Report 2015

 

Source: Copernicus

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Date of last update:

11/11/2020

The LIFE GreenYourRoute (LIFE GYR) [LIFE17 ENV/GR/000215] project is co-funded by the LIFE programme, the EU financial instrument for the environment and the Greek Green Fund. Its aim is creating an optimization platform for last mile delivery of goods, taking environmental aspects into consideration.

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