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In ciascuna fase, le quote totali che ogni stato membro deve assegnare sono specificate nei Piani di Assegnazione Nazionali. La Commissione Europea supervisiona tali piani e stabilisce se soddisfano i criteri elenacati nell'Allegato III della direttiva sullo scambio di quote di emissioni (2003/87/EC). Criterio fondamentale è che la quantità di quote proposta sia coerente con gli obiettivi di Kyoto dello stato membro.
For each EU ETS Phase, the total quantity to be allocated by each Member State is defined in the Member State National Allocation Plan (NAP) (equivalent to its UNFCCC-defined carbon account.) The European Commission has oversight of the NAP process and decides if the NAP fulfills the 12 criteria set out in the Annex III of the Emission Trading Directive (EU Directive 2003/87/EC). The first and foremost criterion is that the proposed total quantity is in line with a Member State's Kyoto target.
 
Of course, the Member State's plan can, and should, also take account of emission levels in other sectors not covered by the EU ETS, and address these within its own domestic policies. For instance, transport is responsible for 21% of EU greenhouse gas emissions, households and small businesses for 17% and agriculture for 10%.<ref>[http://ec.europa.eu/environment/climat/pdf/m06_452_en.pdf Questions and Answers on Emissions Trading and National Allocation Plans for 2008 to 2012] EU November 2006</ref>
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