Guess this post is something for the freaks, but who's interested can find Belgium's latest (march 2008) greenhouse gas inventory (1990-2006) here (pdf).
note : there ONLY exists an English version.
Maybe better suited for a broader audience is the brochure accompanying the 2007 version of the inventory and the predictions for further emissions.
To demonstrate why we are the country of surrealism, of this paper there is NO English version
In het Nederlands
The overview of the evolution of GHG-emissions for all EU-members can be found here
The graph below shows the evolution of the emissions (including land change) in the period 1990-2005 for all countries belonging to the UN climate threaty (starting page here).
Overall, the Belgian emissions have decreased in last years, but there are exceptions, the most important ones being traffic & building (both residential as industrial).
Belgium will probably reach it's Kyoto-targets, but does buy some emission rights (if i'm correct some 12.3 million tuns in the period 2008-2012) ) to be absolutaly sure it will reach it's goal.
Yet the prognosis is that by 2020 Belgium's emissions of greenhouse gasses actually will be higher than today.
This predicted rise is a result of the fact the Belgian government decided to shut down all nuclear reactors within a couple of years (2015 - 2025). This decision was taken to please the Green party, then belonging to government, but is still controversial.
More and more voices are asking to abolish this decision, but no political party has put it high on the agenda (yet). Personally, i think it's unlikely all reactors with shut down : 55% of our energy is nuclear and very little has be done to find alternative sources of energy.
For officially all reactors will shut down, all official scenarios for the future also foresee the closure. Which explains why the prognosis is our GHG-emissions will rise.
Because of this, Belgium is looking what to do after 2012, and a 250p. draft with the analysis of different 2020-2050 scenarios for emission-reduction can be found here (in English, in het Nederlands, en Français)