The annual air pollutant emission inventory should cover all sources, as well as all
pollutants for which methodologies are provided in the latest version of the EMEP/EEA air pollutant emission inventory guidebook. This goal will be achieved by the preparation and implementation of the action plan for the improvement of collection and evaluation of missing data on air pollutant emissions from certain economy sectors (agriculture, household, main sectors which emit volatile organic compounds, etc.).
By 2021 a reliable, comparable and transparent emissions data system will be
established. The comprehensiveness of the national air pollutants inventory will be significantly improved. In particular, it is expected to set up the air pollutant emission inventory on higher level of accuracy in sectors of energy, industry, agriculture, etc.
The availability of higher quality air pollutant emissions data will help to define environmental priorities, support evaluation of emission reduction strategies and more sophisticated air quality modelling, assess the effectiveness of policy interventions in terms of protecting human health and the environment.
Introduce less polluting transport systems and promote traffic management systems to reduce overall emissions and exposure from road traffic by:
(a) Increasing of energy efficiency in transport and reduction of negative environmental impact of transport,
(b) Promoting of local (urban and suburban) transport system sustainability.