Energy industries: Emissions from fuel combustion and to a certain extent fugitive emissions from energy industries, for example in public electricity, heat production and petroleum refining.
Fuel combustion by users (excl. transport): Emissions from fuel combustion by manufacturing industries and construction and small scale fuel combustion, for example, space heating and hot water production for households, commercial buildings, agriculture and forestry.
Transport: Emissions from fuel combustion of domestic and international aviation, road transport, railways and domestic navigation.
Agriculture: This includes among others emissions from livestock-enteric fermentation – greenhouse gases that are produced when animals digest their food, emissions from manure management and emissions from agricultural soils.
Industrial processes: Emissions occurring from chemical reactions during the production of e.g. cement, glass, etc.
Greenhouse gas emissions by source, 2019
Data including international aviation, excluding indirect CO2 emissions, excluding land use, land use change and forestry. Due to rounding data might not add up to 100 %.
Source: European Environment Agency
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