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					                                                                                     average satifaction with the
Local Authority of:                                                                  local community

INDICATOR 1- CITIZEN SATISFACTION WITH THE LOCAL COMMUNITY
Level (%) of citizen satisfaction in general and with regard to specific features in the municipality

                                             sample size
                                                     year
                                          total population
Citizens' satisfaction with:
The municipality as a place to live and work                     number          %
very satisfied                                                                  0%     nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                                0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                             0%
very dissatisfied                                                               0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                                         0%
total                                                                   0       0%

Standards of housing and its availability and affordability number               %
very satisfied                                                                  0%     nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                                0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                             0%
very dissatisfied                                                               0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                                         0%
total                                                            0              0%

Employment opportunities                                         number          %
very satisfied                                                                  0%     nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                                0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                             0%
very dissatisfied                                                               0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                                         0%
total                                                                   0       0%

                                                         number
Quality and amount of natural environment (e.g. green areas, rivers, etc,)%
very satisfied                                                          0%             nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                        0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                     0%
very dissatisfied                                                       0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                                 0%
total                                                           0       0%

                                                            number        %
Quality of the built environment (e.g. streets, public spaces, the appearance and cleanliness of buildings)
very satisfied                                                           0%    nd Note
fairly satisfied                                                         0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                      0%
very dissatisfied                                                        0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                                  0%
total                                                              0     0%

Level of social and health services                              number          %
very satisfied                                                                  0%     nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                                0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                             0%
very dissatisfied                                                               0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                                         0%
total                                                          0      0%

Level of cultural, recreational and leisure services     number        %
very satisfied                                                        0%     nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                      0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                   0%
very dissatisfied                                                     0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                               0%
total                                                          0      0%

Standard of schools                                      number        %
very satisfied                                                        0%     nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                      0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                   0%
very dissatisfied                                                     0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                               0%
total                                                          0      0%

Level of public transport services                       number        %
very satisfied                                                        0%     nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                      0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                   0%
very dissatisfied                                                     0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                               0%
total                                                          0      0%

                                                           number       %
Opportunities to participate in local planning and decision-making processes
very satisfied                                                         0%    nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                       0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                    0%
very dissatisfied                                                      0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                                0%
total                                                           0      0%

Level of personal safety experienced                     number        %
very satisfied                                                        0%     nd    Note
fairly satisfied                                                      0%
fairly dissatisfied                                                   0%
very dissatisfied                                                     0%
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )                               0%
total                                                          0      0%

                                                                           total answers
                                                                               0

General comments on the indicator
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Local Authority of:

INDICATOR 1- CITIZEN SATISFACTION WITH THE LOCAL COMMUNITY
Level (%) of citizen satisfaction in general and with regard to specific features in the municipality

                                                          sample size
                                                                  year
                                                       total population
Citizens' satisfaction with:
The municipality as a place to live and work                                   number
very satisfied
fairly satisfied
fairly dissatisfied
very dissatisfied
no answer (also includes “don’t know” )
total                                                                                       0

Rank the following 6 statements                                                % score
social relations
opportunities to practice hobbies
basic services offered by the municipality
quality of surrounding environment
employment opportunities
opportunities to participate in local planning and decision making


Assign a percentage vote to each statement and rank the two statements you judge as most important in each of the group

a) How frequent is it in your neighbourhood to                                 % score
chat with your neighbours?
chat with people you meet in shops/markets
stop and chat with friends you meet up with in the streets
be in the habit of going to meeting places (pubs, churches, social
centres, green areas, ...)

b) How safe is to                                                              % score
be at home with the door unlocked during the day
be at home with the windows open during the night
walk in main streets at night
walk in public open areas at night

c) Quality of following services                                               % score
sport facilities
theatres and cinemas
museums and exhibitions
cultural associations
libraries

d) Accessibility of following basic services                                   % score
general practitioners
hospitals
social assistance to the underprivileged
council housing
policing
public schools
public transport

e) Quality of the following                                                 % score
public parks and gardens and greenery in general
built environment
waste collection and street cleaning
air quality
noise level at night
noise level in the daytime

f) Your opinion on the following                                            % score
professional training opportunities
incentives to start-ups
level of unemployment in your municipality
distribution of wealth within your municipality
local reinvestment of the wealth produced by the municipality

g) Effectiveness of the following in influencing local decision making % score
participating in local (e.g. municipal, district level, …) consultation processes
being a member of an interest group (e.g. environmental and
consumers associations)
submitting direct requests/claims to municipal relation offices
voting in local elections/referendums
organising/participating in spontaneous demonstrations aimed at
raising awareness on specific issues




CALCULATION OF THE AVERAGE RANKING
Please proceed as follows for each item:
a) consider the percentage of people that have assigned the item considered (e.g. "social relations") to each ranking position (from
b) multiply each ranking number (1 for the first position, 2 for the second, …) by the relevant percentage
c) sum the 6 results obtained in step b) to get the average ranking

e.g.: SOCIAL RELATIONS
Ranking                                                                                 1
Percentage of people (i.e. relative weights)                                          20%

b) Addenda                                                                             0.2

c) Weighed average ranking                                                            2.85




General comments on the indicator
                                                 average satifaction with the local
                                                 community                              nd


c features in the municipality




                                 % people           % score
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                           1st (% people)          av ranking    weighed % score
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atements you judge as most important in each of the groups below

                       total % of preferences weighed % score
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nsidered (e.g. "social relations") to each ranking position (from 1 to 6)
ond, …) by the relevant percentage



                                          2                3                 4     5      6    check
                                        17%              43%                5%    8%     7%            1

                                        0.34             1.29               0.2   0.4   0.42
Local Authority of:                                              per capita CO2 emissions

INDICATOR 2- LOCAL CONTRIBUTION TO GLOBAL CLIMATIC CHANGE
CO2 equivalent emissions (total value and variation)

                                        Year
                                        Total population

                                       1 INPUT


                  1a                    Final energy consumption (TJ)
                                                                                                          Sector
                                                                 Residential            Tertiary
                                        Electricity
                                        Natural Gas
                                        Gasoline
                                        Gas/Diesel Oil
                                        Kerosene
                                        Fuel Oil
                                        LPG
                                        Petroleum Coke
                                        Refinery Gas
                                        Anthracite
                                        Coal
                       Energy vector




                                        Lignite
                                        Peat
                                        Gas Coke
                                        Coke Oven Gas
                                        Blast Furnace Gas
                                        Wood
                                        Agricultural Waste
                                        Solar Heating
                                        District Heating Fluid




                                        Total                                       -                     -



                  CO2 emission coefficient (ton/TJ):
                  Listed below are the standard IPCC (local) and AIRES (external) coefficients. In case reliable local data is availab

                                                                                             External
                                                                  Local (final use of   (production/transp
                                                                  the energy vector)      ortation of the
                                                                                          energy vector)
                                        Natural Gas                              56.1                    3.9
                                        Gasoline                                 69.3                    6.6
                                        Gas/Diesel Oil                           74.1                    6.6
                                        Kerosene                                 71.9                    6.6
                       ctor
                     Fuel Oil                                    77.4                 8.9
                     LPG                                         63.1                 6.5
                     Petroleum Coke                             100.8                 5.5
                     Refinery Gas                                66.7                 0.0
                     Anthracite                                  98.3                 5.3
                     Coal                                        94.6                 5.3



     Energy vector
                     Lignite                                    101.2                 0.0
                     Peat                                       106.0                 0.0
                     Gas Coke                                   108.2                 0.0
                     Coke Oven Gas                               47.7                 0.0
                     Blast Furnace Gas                          242.0                 0.0
                     Wood                                       109.6              -109.6
                     Agricultural Waste                           0.0                 0.0
                     Solar Heating                                0.0                 0.0
                     District Heating Fluid                       0.0                 0.0




1b                   Electricity data




                            Electricity supply to each sector            Quantity (TJ)



                                              Local production
                           Residential
                                              Import                                      0
                                              Local production
                             Tertiary
                                              Import                                      0
                                              Local production
                             Industry
                                              Import                                      0
                                              Local production
                         Transportation
                                              Import                                      0
                                              Local production
                              Total
                                              Import                                      0

                                              Electricity export                          0
                                              Electricity national mix



1c                   Waste management data


                                                                         Quantity (ton)


                                              Waste to landfill
                     2 OUTPUT

2a                    CO2 emissions from energy - responsibility principle (ton)

                                                            Sector (calculated adding local emission and debt emissions)

                                                     Residential            Tertiary

                      Electricity                                   -                   -
                      Natural Gas                                   -                   -
                      Gasoline                                      -                   -
                      Gas/Diesel Oil                                -                   -
                      Kerosene                                      -                   -
                      Fuel Oil                                      -                   -
                      LPG                                           -                   -
                      Petroleum Coke                                -                   -
                      Refinery Gas                                  -                   -
                      Anthracite                                    -                   -
                      Coal                                          -                   -
     Energy vector




                      Lignite                                       -                   -
                      Peat                                          -                   -
                      Gas Coke                                      -                   -
                      Coke Oven Gas                                 -                   -
                      Blast Furnace Gas                             -                   -
                      Wood                                          -                   -
                      Agricultural Waste                            -                   -
                      Solar Heating                                 -                   -
                      District Heating Fluid                        -                   -
                                                                    -                   -
                                                                    -                   -
                                                                    -                   -
                                                                    -                   -
                                                                    -                   -
                                                                    -                   -
                      Total                                         -                   -


                              CO2 equivalent emissions from waste - responsibility principle (ton)
                                                                                                            -


2b                    Total CO2 equivalent emission value (ton)

                                                                    0
                      Residential                                   -
                      Tertiary                                      -
                      Industry                                      -
                      Transport                                     -
                      Energy export credit                          -
                      Waste                                         -
                      Total                                         -
General comments on the indicator
                                                                     0




                    Sector
                       Industry                  Transport               Total
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S (external) coefficients. In case reliable local data is available, please fill in real coefficients
              CO2 emission coefficient (ton/TJ)

                                                   Import
                      External coefficient
                                               (production of
                      for local production
Local (production of                           electricity and
                           (production-
     electricity)                                production-
                     transportation of the
                                             transportation of
                          primary fuels)
                                             the primary fuels)




                                                            0.0

                 0.0                   0.0




  CH4 emission
coefficient (kg/ton)
calculated adding local emission and debt emissions)                 Energy export      Total (calculated
                                                                   credit (calculated   subtracting credit
                               Industry            Transport         with respect to     emissions from
                                                                    the national mix)   sector emissions)
                                          -                    -                  0.0                    -
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- responsibility principle (ton)
                                          -


                                          2c Per capita CO2 equivalent emission value (ton)

                                                                                    0
                                              Per capita                            -
                                                                     percentage of trips by motorized
Local Authority of:                                                  private transport                                 0.00%

INDICATOR 3- LOCAL MOBILITY AND PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION
a) Number of daily trips and time taken per capita by type of trip and by mode of transport
b) Total average daily distance covered per capita by type of trip and by mode of transport

Sample size
Total population                                                     av. time               0.00
                                                  0%                 av. distance           0.00

IF DATA IS UNAVAILABLE PLEASE LEAVE THE RELEVANT CELL BLANK (OTHERWISE, IF YOU INPUT A ZERO VALUE, THIS WILL BE
CONSIDERED IN THE CALCULATION OF THE AVERAGE, GIVING A WRONG RESULT)
Number of trips (total)
                                       Walking         Cycling       Motorcycle       Car          Taxi          Collective       Combined (park&ride)
School
Work
Recreation
Shopping
Return trip
Total                                              0             0                0           0             0                 0                   0


Quality of trips to/from work/school
                                       Walking         Cycling       Motorcycle       Car          Taxi          Collective       Combined (park&ride)
Length/Duration
Comfort
Overall quality                               0.00           0.00           0.00            0.00          0.00           0.00                  0.00




Per capita number of trips
                                       Walking    Cycling    Motorcycle Car                        Taxi          Collective    Combined (park&ride)
School                                       0.00       0.00        0.00                    0.00          0.00            0.00              0.00
Work                                         0.00       0.00        0.00                    0.00          0.00            0.00              0.00
Recreation                                   0.00       0.00        0.00                    0.00          0.00            0.00              0.00
Shopping                                     0.00       0.00        0.00                    0.00          0.00            0.00              0.00
Return trip                                  0.00       0.00        0.00                    0.00          0.00            0.00              0.00
Total                                        0.00       0.00        0.00                    0.00          0.00            0.00              0.00


Average time per trip (min)
                                       Walking         Cycling       Motorcycle       Car          Taxi          Collective       Combined (park&ride)
School
Work
Recreation
Shopping
Return trip
Average                                       0.00           0.00           0.00            0.00          0.00           0.00                  0.00

Average distance per trip (km)
                                       Walking         Cycling       Motorcycle       Car          Taxi          Collective       Combined (park&ride)
School
Work
Recreation
Shopping
Return trip
Average                                       0.00           0.00           0.00            0.00          0.00           0.00                  0.00



                                                       2                              4
                                                       persons 3 persons              persons 5 persons
Moving by car: on board number         only the        (including (including          (including (including
of persons                             driver          the driver) the driver)        the driver) the driver) no answer           % only the driver
School                                                                                                                                            0%
Work                                                                                                                                              0%
Recreation                                                                                                                                        0%
Shopping                                                                                                                                          0%
Return trip                                                                                                                                       0%
                                                                                                                                                  0%
                                                                public
                                    free          private       parking                 % of free % of private % of public
Moving by car: parking place        parking       parking       (paid)        no answer parking    parking     parking (paid)
School                                                                                          0%          0%                        0%
Work                                                                                            0%          0%                        0%
Recreation                                                                                      0%          0%                        0%
Shopping                                                                                        0%          0%                        0%
Return trip                                                                                     0%          0%                        0%
                                              0             0               0         0         0%          0%                        0%
                                                                                                0%          0%                        0%


                                                                                absence
                                                                                of          unfavoura
Moving by car: reasons why the      higher        higher                        alternative ble       other/no
car was chosen                      speed         comfort       low costs       s           weather   answer         % higher speed
School                                                                                                                                0%
Work                                                                                                                                  0%
Recreation                                                                                                                            0%
Shopping                                                                                                                              0%
Return trip                                                                                                                           0%
                                              0             0               0           0           0            0                    0%
                                                                                                                                      0%


General comments on the indicator
T A ZERO VALUE, THIS WILL BE



                         Total
                                     0
                                     0
                                     0
                                     0
                                     0
                                     0



       Combined (park&ride)




                         Total
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00




                         Average
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00


                         Average
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00
                                   0.00




                         % 2 persons
                         (including the
                         driver)
                                     0%
                                     0%
                                     0%
                                     0%
                                     0%
                                     0%
% no answer
         0%
         0%
         0%
         0%
         0%
         0%
         0%




% higher
comfort
           0%
           0%
           0%
           0%
           0%
           0%
           0%
                                       Non motorized             Motorized
                                                      private transportpublic transport
                 systematic                      0.00             0.00           0.00
                 unsystematic                    0.00             0.00           0.00




                                       Non motorized             Motorized
                                                      private transportpublic transport
                 systematic                      0.00             0.00           0.00
                 unsystematic                    0.00             0.00           0.00




                                       Non motorized             Motorized
                                                      private transportpublic transport
                 systematic                      0.00             0.00           0.00
                 unsystematic                    0.00             0.00           0.00




% 3 persons      % 4 persons           % 5 persons
(including the   (including the        (including the
driver)          driver)               driver)         % no answer
              0%                  0%                0%           0%
              0%                  0%                0%           0%
              0%                  0%                0%           0%
              0%                  0%                0%           0%
              0%                  0%                0%           0% test
              0%                  0%                0%           0% error
test
error


                                       %
                   % absence of        unfavourable  % other/no
% low costs        alternatives        weather       answer
              0%                  0%              0%              0%
              0%                  0%              0%              0%
              0%                  0%              0%              0%
              0%                  0%              0%              0%
              0%                  0%              0%              0%
              0%                  0%              0%              0%
              0%                  0%              0%              0% test
                                                                     error
Local Authority of:                                         % of citizens living within 300m from POA > 5.000 m2

INDICATOR 4- AVAILABILITY OF LOCAL PUBLIC OPEN AREAS AND SERVICES
Number of inhabitants living within 300 m from open areas or services

Public Open Areas
                               number of inhabitants    %
Public open areas of any size                          0%   note:
 Parks, gardens, open spaces                           0%   note:
               Sports facilities                       0%   note:
                 Private areas                         0%   note:
                               2
Public open areas > 5.000 m                            0%   note:
                                            number
Total population                                            note:
School population

Year                                                        note:


Basic Services
                          number of inhabitants         %
Health services                                        0%   note:
Public transports                                      0%   note:
Schools_I                                              0%   note:
Schools_II                                             0%   note:
Recycling facilities                                   0%   note:
Bakeries and greengroceries                            0%   note:

General comments on the indicator
% of citizens living within 300m from POA > 5.000 m2   0%




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Local Authority of:                                    PM10 Net Overcomings

INDICATOR 5- QUALITY OF LOCAL AMBIENT AIR
a) Number of times that the limit values for selected air pollutants are exceeded
b) Existence and level of implementation of air quality management plan


IF DATA IS UNAVAILABLE PLEASE LEAVE THE RELEVANT CELL BLANK (OTHERWISE, IF YOU INPUT A HYPHEN, THIS WILL B

Pollutants     EU level                     Averagin EU          Overcomings (total number)
                                            g period admitted
                                                     overcomings

SO2                             125 µg/m3        24h              3
NO2                             200 µg/m3         1h            18
PM10                             50 µg/m3        24h            35
CO                              10 mg/m3          8h           none
Ozone                           120 µg/m3         8h            25

Air quality management plan                            note:

Level of implementation (%)                            note:


Only in case you are not able to report the overcomings of EU levels, please fill in the following table:

Pollutants     National level               Averagin National    Overcomings (total number)
                                            g period admitted
                                                     overcomings

SO2
NO2
PM10
CO
Ozone



General comments on the indicator
                                                     0




(OTHERWISE, IF YOU INPUT A HYPHEN, THIS WILL BIAS THE RESULT)

                       Overcomings (net       Year
                       value)


                                          0              note:
                                          0              note:
                                          0              note:
                                          0              note:
                                          0              note:




se fill in the following table:

                       Overcomings (net       Year
                       value)


                                          0
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                                          0
                                          0
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                                          % of children going to school
Local Authority of:                       by car                                0%

INDICATOR 6- CHILDREN’S JOURNEYS TO AND FROM SCHOOL
Mode of transport used by children to travel between home and school

PLEASE REMEMBER: This indicator refers only to children younger than the age when they are allowed to drive scooters

The questionnaire has been administered in class, on one day of the year, asking "How did you come to school?"
The questionnaire has been administered on different days, asking "How do you usually come to school?"
The questionnaire has been included in the general survey for indicator 1, 3, 6, and 10

Mode of Transport


                  number              %                          specify:
Walking                              0%
Cycling                              0%
Collective transport                 0%                          specify:
Private car                          0%
Other                                0%                          specify:

Sample size

Year

Why use a car?
                                                     number             %
No other form of transport available                                   0%
Length of journey to school/Lack of time available                     0%
Unfavourable weather conditions                                        0%
Greater safety                                                         0%
Other                                                                  0%

Sample size


General comments on the indicator
younger than the age when they are allowed to drive scooters

 the year, asking "How did you come to school?"
ng "How do you usually come to school?"
dicator 1, 3, 6, and 10
                                                                                                  % of environmental certific
Local Authority of:                                                                               total enterprises

INDICATOR 7- SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF THE LOCAL AUTHORITY AND LOCAL BUSINESSES
Share of public and private organisations (large enterprises and SMEs) adopting and using environmental and social managem

                                     If data are not broken down to enterprise size, please fill in table c "Total enterpris

                                                                                    a) Large enterprises
 Nace rev                                                                           Environm Social
       1,1                                                                          ental
              Total                                                                         0           0
        A     Agriculture, hunting and forestry
        B     Fishing
        C     Mining and quarrying                                                          0           0
       CA     Mining and quarrying of energy producing materials
       CB     Mining and quarrying, except of energy producing materials
        D     Manufacturing                                                                 0           0
       DA     Manufacture of food products, beverages and tobacco
       DB     Manufacture of textiles and textile products
       DC     Manufacture of leather and leather products
       DD     Manufacture of wood and wood products
       DE     Manufacture of pulp, paper and paper products; publishing and printing
       DF     Manufacture of coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel
       DG     Manufacture of chemicals, chemical products and man-made fibres
       DH     Manufacture of rubber and plastic products
        DI    Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products
       DJ     Manufacture of basic metals and fabricated metal products
       DK     Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.
       DL     Manufacture of electrical and optical equipment
       DM     Manufacture of transport equipment
       DN     Manufacturing n.e.c.
        E     Electricity, gas and water supply
         F    Construction
        G     Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods
        H     Hotels and restaurants
          I   Transport, storage and communication
         J    Financial intermediation
        K     Real estate, renting and business activities
         L    Public administration and defence; compulsory social security
        M     Education
        N     Health and social work
        O     Other community, social and personal service activities
        P     Activities of households
        Q     Extra-territorial organizations and bodies

              Small/medium ent. (number of employees)                                         0              0
                                                Micro-enterprises (1-9 employees)
                                              Small enterprises (10-49 employees)
                                           Medium enterprises (50-249 employees)

              Public organisations
           Non-government organisations                        0   0
                                                     NGOs
                                                   Charities
                                          Other associations


General comments on the indicator
% of environmental certifications on
otal enterprises                                0.00%


mental and social management procedures

 n table c "Total enterprises"

                                                                                                         b) Small/medium ent.
             Both           Total           Total      % total           % environmental                 Environm
                            certified       registered                                                   ental
                        0               0            0           0.00%                     0.00%                 0
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                        0               0            0           0.00%                     0.00%                 0
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                        0               0            0           0.00%                     0.00%                 0
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
d household goods                       0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%

                        0               0            0           0.00%                     0.00% note:
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%
                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00%

                                        0                        0.00%                     0.00% note:
0   0   0   0.00%   0.00% note:
    0       0.00%   0.00%
    0       0.00%   0.00%
    0       0.00%   0.00%
b) Small/medium ent.                                                              c) Total enterprises
          Social     Both       Total           Total      % total   %            Environm Social
                                certified       registered           environme    ental
                  0         0               0            0     0.00% ntal 0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                  0         0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                  0         0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
                                            0                  0.00%      0.00%           0          0
Both       Total           Total      % total   %
           certified       registered           environme
       0               0            0     0.00% ntal 0.00% note:
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
       0               0            0     0.00%      0.00%
                                                      % of people exposed to annoying
Local Authority of:                                   levels of noise at night

INDICATOR 8 - NOISE POLLUTION
a) Share of population exposed to long-term high level of environmental noise.
b) Noise levels in selected areas of the municipality (to be used instead of a) where data for a) cannot be obtained).
c) Existence and level of implementation of a noise action plan.


total population

a1) Lden                    In case you did not use the Lden formula indicated in 2002/49/CE             , please specifify the calculatio

                                       Number of people exposed (day and night)
noise type                  55-59 dB(A) 60-64 dB(A) 65-69 dB(A) 70-74 dB(A)                     >=75
Road traffic
Rail traffic
Air Traffic
Industrial Services


a2) Lnight

                                                                 Number of people exposed (night)




noise type                  45-49 dB(A) 50-54 dB(A)     55-59 dB(A)       60-64 dB(A) 65-69 dB(A)
Road traffic
Rail traffic
Air Traffic
Industrial Services


b) number of measurements



                            45-49 dB(A) 50-54 dB(A) 55-59 dB(A)           60-64 dB(A) 65-69 dB(A)
Lden
Lnight

Other (specify):




c) Percentage implementation for each single measure/action identified in the action plan/programme:

                            Measure/action (brief description)                          Level of implementation (%)
                        1
                        2
                        3
                        4
                        5




                       1 æ                                                                  ö
                                       Lday             Levening +5            Lnight +10
                         ç              10                  10                    10        ÷
Lden formula according to the Directive 2002/49/CE



                   1 æ                                                             ö
                           day      L        Levening +5              Lnight +10

    Lden   = 10 lg ç12 * 10 + 4 * 10
                           10                    10
                                                           + 8 * 10      10        ÷
                  24 ç
                     è
                                                                                   ÷
                                                                                   ø

General comments on the indicator
                                      0



f a) where data for a) cannot be obtained).




cated in 2002/49/CE          , please specifify the calculation formula used:




eople exposed (night)                                                                                     % of people exposed (nigh
                                          Total number
                                            of people
                                           exposed to
                                           "annoying"
                            >=70           noise levels                         45-49 dB(A) 50-54 dB(A)
                                                        0                            0.00%       0.00%
                                                        0                            0.00%       0.00%
                                                        0                            0.00%       0.00%
                                                        0                            0.00%       0.00%
                                                        0



                                                            Total
                                                            measure
                        70-74 dB(A)       >= 75 dB(A)       number              45-49 dB(A) 50-54 dB(A)
                                                                       0                 0%
                                                                       0               0%          0%



                                                                                       0%          0%


fied in the action plan/programme:

           Level of implementation (%)




  Lnight +10
               ö
     10        ÷
    Lnight +10
                 ö
0      10        ÷
                 ÷
                 ø
            % of people exposed (day and night)
55-59 dB(A) 60-64 dB(A) 65-69 dB(A) 70-74 dB(A)>= 75 dB(A)
     0.00%       0.00%       0.00%       0.00%      0.00%
     0.00%       0.00%       0.00%       0.00%      0.00%
     0.00%       0.00%       0.00%       0.00%      0.00%
     0.00%       0.00%       0.00%       0.00%      0.00%




    % of people exposed (night)




55-59 dB(A) 60-64 dB(A) 65-69 dB(A) >= 75 dB(A)   Total
     0.00%       0.00%       0.00%       0.00%     0.00%
     0.00%       0.00%       0.00%       0.00%     0.00%
     0.00%       0.00%       0.00%       0.00%     0.00%
     0.00%       0.00%       0.00%       0.00%     0.00%




55-59 dB(A) 60-64 dB(A) 65-69 dB(A) 70-74 dB(A) >= 75 dB(A)
       0%          0%          0%          0%          0%
       0%          0%          0%            0%



        0%         0%             0%       0%          0%
Local Authority of:                                                                                      Percentage of protect

INDICATOR 9- SUSTAINABLE LAND USE
a) Artificial areas: artificial surfaces as a percentage of the total municipal area
b) Derelict and contaminated land: extent of derelict land and contaminated land
c) Intensity of Use: number of inhabitants per Km 2 of “urbanized land” area
d) New development: quota of new edification taking place on virgin area (greenfield) and quota taking place on derelict and co
e) Restoration of urban land
e1) Renovation, conversion of derelict buildings (floor surface)
e2) Redevelopment of derelict land for new urban uses - including public green spaces
e3) Cleansing of contaminated land
f) Protected areas as a percentage of total municipal area



                                                                                                  year
Artificial surface (ha)                                                                                    0.00%
Total municipal area (ha)
Population (n. inh.)
Inhabitants/ha of artificial surface                                                                         0.00

Derelict land (m2)                                                                                         0.00%

Contaminated land (m2)                                                                                     0.00%

New developments on derelict and contaminated year (m 2) the
                      virgin land during the past land during                                              0.00%
            2
past year (m )                                                                                             0.00%
Total new developments (m2)
Renovation/conversion of derelict buildings (total number)
Renovation/conversion of derelict buildings (m 2)
Redevelopment of derelict land (m 2)                                                                       0.00%
Cleansing of contaminated land (m 2)                                                                       0.00%
Cleansing (Euro of public expenditure)

Protected area (ha)                                                                                        0.00%


General comments on the indicator
   Percentage of protected areas                            0%




ng place on derelict and contaminated land (brownfield in total area as soil projection) in % per year




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Local Authority of:                                                                  % of people buying "sustainable products"

INDICATOR 10- PRODUCTS PROMOTING SUSTAINABILITY
a1) Percentage of people buying sustainable products in general
a2) Share of eco-labelled, organic, energy-efficient, fair-trade, FSC certified timber products in total consumption.
b) Availability and market supply of eco-labelled, organic, energy-efficient, fair-trade, FSC certified timber products.


Number of people surveyed
Number of respondents
Total Population

a) Consumption
                                                                 People interested in sustainable products
                                                                Number                           Percentage
                                                          yes             no                 yes
                                                                                                    0%


                                                                   People buying sustainable products
                                                                Number                         Percentage
                                                          yes            no               yes
                                                                                                  0%




                                                People surveyed buying "sustainable products" by category
                                                                        Number
                                                       Usually        Rarely             Never
Eco labelled
Organic
Energy efficient
Fair trade
FSC certified timber
Total                                                            0               0
Percentage                                                      0%              0%
Quota of "usually" out of all products bought                   0%
Percentage of people usually buying
"sustainable products"                                          0%


                                                                People surveyed buying the following "sustainable products"
Product                                                                                          Number
                                                   Type                Usually           Rarely
Washing machines
Refrigerators
Light-bulbs
Washing/cleaning detergent
Toilet/household paper
Coffee/tea
Cocoa/chocolate
Fruit Juices
Fruit/vegetables
Milk
      Wood products

      other (specify):




      b) Availability of sustainable products and market supply

                                                           Hypermarket        Supermarket             Retail
Number of retail outlets offering sustainable products
            Consumers served (number per month)

                                                                                                          Type of retail outlet
                                                                                                                Sales
                                                                     Hypermarket                            Supermarket
                                                         certified products total products      certified products
      Washing machines
      Refrigerators
      Light-bulbs
      Washing/cleaning detergent
      Toilet/household paper
      Coffee/tea
      Cocoa/chocolate
      Fruit Juices
      Fruit/vegetables
      Milk
      Total                                                             0                   0                     0

                                                             Number                         S
                                                                            Year of reference tores per 10.000 inh
      Fair trade stores                                                                                    0.000
      Organic Food stores                                                                                  0.000
      Other (please, specify)                                                                              0.000



      c) Green Purchasing

      Do the procedures of purchase of your local authority have specific requirements that encourage purchases of:

                                                                             1=yes     0=no
      energy efficient electric/electronic appliances
      ecolabelled products
      fair trade products


      During the past year did canteens managed by your local authority offer organic food?


      During the past year, recyled paper (rp) has been used in the offices of your local authority:
                               please, fill in "1" in the relevant cell
exclusively (90%<rp<=100%)
prevailingly (50%<rp<=90%)
partly (10%<rp<=50%)
in minimum part (0%<rp<=10%)
not at all
  % of people buying "sustainable products"              0%



ber products in total consumption.
rade, FSC certified timber products.




                                                                                   If NOT, why?
 in sustainable products                                                        Number     Percentage
               Percentage                                Don't know enough                         0%
                              no                         Don't attribute any value                 0%
                                   0%


sustainable products
              Percentage                                                        If NOT, why?
                              no                                             Number     Percentage
                                   0%                    High costs                             0%
                                                         Difficult to find                      0%
                                                         Different habits                       0%
                                                         Don't trust them                       0%


                                Frequency distribution per market
                                          Percentage
                            Usually        Rarely             Never
                                    0%               0%                 0%
                                    0%               0%                 0%
                                    0%               0%                 0%
                                    0%               0%                 0%
                                    0%               0%                 0%




buying the following "sustainable products"                    Frequency distribution per market
                 Number                                                  Percentage
                           Never      Don't buy/eat at all    Usually          Rarely        Never      TOTAL
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                      0%              0%           0%       0%
                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%


                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%
                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%
                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%
                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%
                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%
                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%
                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%
                                                                           0%           0%            0%          0%




           Type of retail outlet                                                       Type of retail outlet
                 Sales                                                                         Sales
            Supermarket                              Retail                   Hypermarket Supermarket         Retail
                      total products certified products total products            % of certified products on total
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                                                                       0%             0%            0%
                                    0                 0                     0          0%             0%            0%

Stores per 10.000 inh




ts that encourage purchases of:

                     If yes, please specify the % on the relevant total:




                                        1=yes    0=no

				
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