TITLE

ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPE

PUB. DATE
November 2014
SOURCE
Spain Country Profile;Nov2014, p91
SOURCE TYPE
Country Report
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the environmental landscape in Spain. Topics discussed include the evolution of environmental agenda in Spain which was initiated when the country became a member of the European Union (EU), structure and policies on environmental regulations, and its environmental performance on carbon dioxide emissions. Also discussed is the outlook for the country that needs to address environmental issues.
ACCESSION #
99765589

 

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