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G. congestion, parking problems). Until recently, the focus of transport impact analysis related to destinations only. To a lesser extent, there was recognition of congestion on roads to access destination areas as a secondary issue (Holding, 2001). The focus has also been on land-based transport, especially car use. While some positive impacts have been identified, for example, improved infrastructure and tourism support of local public transport, tourism travel is one of the few aspects of tourism to be presented consistently as a problem (Høyer, 2000).
However, it is useful to refer to the UK in order to highlight inconsistencies that occur at a national level between UK transport and tourism policy (Robbins and Dickinson, 2007). In the UK, as in many other governmental contexts (Peeters, 2007), transport and tourism policy structures are prepared and delivered by different government departments. While this is not in itself a problem, the respective departmental policies in the UK are to reduce car traffic and to advance tourism growth, much of which is currently car dependent.
The initial scheme included the main energy-intensive industry sectors that together emit nearly half of Europe’s CO2 emissions. These include energy producers, iron and steel plants, mineral industries, and pulp and paper industries. Inclusion of aviation The EU Commission proposed the inclusion of aviation in the scheme in December 2006. The EU Directive 2008/101/EC came into force in February 2009. Emissions from all domestic and international flights between EU airports will be covered from 2011.
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