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Factsheet | | Directorate-General for Environment

Cutting emissions from household heating improves the air we breathe, benefits our health and the environment, and saves money. Almost 80 % of the energy used in EU households is for heating and hot water. 

Factsheet | | Directorate-General for Environment

Improving Europe’s air quality helps us to live longer, enjoy a better quality of life, avoid disease, save medical costs, and increase productivity.

General publications | | Directorate-General for Environment

Almost 80 % of the energy used in EU households is for heating and hot water. Cutting emissions from household heating improves the quality of the air we breathe, benefits our health and the environment and saves money.

Factsheet | | Directorate-General for Environment

Cutting agricultural ammonia emissions improves the air we breathe and benefits our health and environment, preserving biodiversity. European farms play a crucial role in providing healthy, high-quality food for millions.

General publications | | Directorate-General for Environment

Cutting agriculture’s ammonia emissions and nitrogen losses improves the air we breathe and benefits our health and environment, as well as water quality, biodiversity and climate.

Factsheet | | Directorate-General for Environment

Cleaner air benefits both people and the planet – and makes perfect economic sense. Air pollution costs the EU at least €24 billion a year. Tackling the problem not only saves money but also creates new business opportunities and jobs.

Factsheet | | Directorate-General for Environment

Clean air in Europe’s cities improves our health and overall quality of life and helps fight climate change and preserve our environment.