MCP Directive Summary

Air pollution levels are still problematic in many parts of Europe, and citizens of the Union continue to be exposed to air-polluting substances, potentially compromising their health and wellbeing. Power generation has been identified as significantly contributing to the increasing issue. The directives aim is to reduce sulphur dioxides (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and dust, as agreed under the Gothenburg Protocol. This is the summary of the MCP Directive, the full version can be downloaded here.

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