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Working Paper 03-18 - The PEACH2AIR database of air pollution associated with household consumption in Belgium in 2014 - Methodological description for the SUSPENS research project funded by the Federal Science Policy Office

Working Paper 03-18 - La base de données PEACH2AIR sur la pollution atmosphérique liée à la consommation des ménages en Belgique en 2014 - Description méthodologique dans le cadre du projet de recherche SUSPENS financé par BELSPO

Jean-Maurice Frère, Guy Vandille and Sébastien Wolff

Working Papers from Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium

Abstract: The database PEACH2AIR links emissions of greenhouse and acidifying gases, of gases contributing to tropospheric ozone formation and particulate matter to consumer expenditures in Belgium in 2014. It relies on standardized air pollution data (including air emissions accounts), input-output tables and the Household Budget Survey. Analyses for 2014 show that energy products as well as food and non-alcoholic beverages are the most air polluting expenditure categories.

Keywords: Sustainable development; Household consumption; Environmental economic accounts (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C67 C81 D12 Q53 Q56 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018-03-14
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