The list of emissions is a fully-fledged tool for monitoring air quality; it can be used to draw up summaries at various levels.
- The work done with the local players integrates local data and participation in national working groups enables us to harmonize the methods used.
- The list covers classic pollutants and greenhouse gases
- Emissions mapping is put to concrete use by setting out the results in the light of the requests made by the partners (local plans, Climate-Energies observatory, Regional Air Climate Energy diagrams, Regional Health and Environment Plan, etc.), in map and/or summary format, and executing scenario studies.
It also provides input data for all the deterministic modelling applications, some of which are of a regulatory nature: reports for the European Commission, forecasts, objective estimations, etc.