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Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions due to land-use change generally show a declining trend. GHG emissions from deforestation decreased by 1.3% in 2018 compared to the previous year, with more than half, i.e. 56.2%, of these emissions coming from the establishment of agricultural land. In 2018, GHG emissions decreased by 6.4% over the previous year due to land conversion to built-up and related land. The largest share of emissions (49%) is due to the conversion of agricultural land to built-up and related land.


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Figure PO32-1: GHG emissions due to deforestation in 2005 and in the period 2010−2018
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Indicator value in 2005

Indicator values in the period 2010−2018

2005

617.50

2010

420.67

2011

424.66

2012

428.99

2013

206.42

2014

204.51

2015

202.92

2016

200.63

2017

198.87

2018

196.23

Figure PO32-2: GHG emissions due to land-use change to built-up and related land in 2005 and in the period 2010−2018
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Indicator value in 2005

Indicator values in the period 2010−2018

2005

695.24

2010

520.94

2011

507.08

2012

493.21

2013

391.81

2014

371.07

2015

350.13

2016

330.37

2017

310.40

2018

290.43


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