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The East Midlands in 2006 is the evidence base that was produced to underpin the development of the regional economic strategy, A Flourishing Region. This document presents detailed analysis of the environment of the East Midlands..
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    • Source: European Environment Agency, Topic Centre on Air and Climate Change (2005)18 17 Defra, Defra Science Notes 2: How is Defra Tackling Climate Change?, 2005.
    • 18 Emissions of the six greenhouse gases covered by the Protocol are weighted by their global warming potentials (GWPs) and aggregated to give total emissions in CO2 equivalents. The emissions are presented as indices, with the base year = 100. In general, the base year is 1990 for the nonfluorinated gases (CO2, CH4 and N2O) and 1995 for the fluorinated gases (HFC, PFC and SF6). Data exclude emissions and removals due to land use change and forestry.
    • 19 East Midlands Regional Assembly, East Midlands Regional Environment Strategy, 2003.
    • 29 Environment Agency, Environment Agency contribution to Regional Economic Strategy Review - Evidence Base, 2005.
    • 30 A 'major' impact is one that causes major damage to the ecosystem and has a serious impact on humans. A 'significant' impact is less severe and would cause significant damage to the ecosystem and have an impact on humans.
    • 31 East Midlands Regional Assembly, East Midlands Integrated Regional Strategy - Our sustainable development framework, January 2005.
    • 32 Environment Agency, Environment Agency Contribution to Regional Economic Strategy Review - Evidence Base, 2005.
    • 36 East Midlands Regional Assembly, Towards a Regional Energy Strategy: A Sustainable Approach to Energy in the East Midlands, 2003.
    • 37 East Midlands Regional Assembly, East Midlands Regional Spatial Strategy Annual Monitoring Report, 2005.
    • 38 Optimat Ltd, East Midlands Power Generation Equipment Cluster Research, September 2002.
    • 39 http://www.dti.gov.uk/energy/statistics/source/coal/page18529.html 40 International Mining Consultants, 2002. Review of the Remaining Reserves at Deep Mines for the Department of Trade and Industry http://www.dti.gov.uk/files/file15982.pdf 25 j_section_6_environment_aw.qxd 14/7/06 15:29 Page 318
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