Emissions to air by the Dutch economy; national accountsFigures
emissions to air, climate change, greenhouse gases, CO2, ozone layer air pollution, acidification, environmental accounts,
Government expenditure and consumption; functions, transactions, sectorsFigures
Government expenditure and final consumption by function (COFOG): General public services, defense, health, education and social protection
Goods transport; modes and flows of transport to and from the NetherlandsFigures
Domestic and cross-border goods transport (incoming and outgoing goods transport to and from the Netherlands) for all transport modes.
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Emissions to air on Dutch territory; mobile sources ,1990-2018Figures
Air pollution, emissions and emission factors of mobile sources Road traffic, inland shipping, railways, aviation, navigation, machinery.
Emissions to air on Dutch territory; road trafficFigures
Air pollution, emissions and emission factors of road traffic by vehicle category, fuel type and road type
Caribbean Netherlands; im- or export weight, transport mode, SITC by islandFigures
Import and export weight Caribbean Netherlands per island (Bonaire, Saba, St. Eustatius) for maritime and air transport, goods classification SITC
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International trade and transit trade; transport mode, 2007-2017Figures
International trade, transport, transit trade Continents, NSTR chapters, flow types, value and weight, transport mode
Importance of environmental sector increasingArticles
In 2016, the Dutch environmental sector represented a value added of 15.8 billion euros, contributing 2.2 percent to gross domestic product (GDP) that year. The share of the environmental sector in the Dutch economy still stood at 1.7 percent in 2001.
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In 2017, over half of the adult population in the Netherlands indicated that air, soil and water are severely polluted. Three-quarters believe that the natural environment has been seriously damaged. This number is higher compared to five years previously.
Concentrations of particulate matter in urban areasOther
Annual average concentrations of particulate matter (PM10) in urban areas are decreasing since the year 2000.
Producer price indices for services (SPPI); index 2010=100, 2002-2017Figures
Price indices commercial services, different branches such as transport and storage, IT and architecture
Chemical status of surface watersOther
In 2015, almost 40 percent of Dutch surface waters met the standards for good chemical status according to the European Water Framework Directive.
Environmental protection expenditureOther
Total environmental expenditure as a percentage of GDP has increased slightly since 2000, indicating that relatively more financial resources have been committed to protection of the environment.
Particulate matter emissions by agricultureOther
Between 2000 and 2016, emissions of particulate matter (PM10) by the agricultural sector increased by 3 percent. In this period, the value added of agriculture increased by 19 percent.
Particulate matter emissions caused by business activityOther
Between 2000 and 2016, emissions of particulate matter (PM10) caused by Dutch business activity fell by more than 41 percent, while GDP increased.
Transport and storage; turnover change, index 2010=100, 2005-2017Figures
Transport and storage. Turnover: index 2010=100, change. By activity (SIC 2008).
Producer Prices Index (PPI); output and import prices, 2010=100, 2005-2017Figures
Price index numbers (excluding excise) and month and year development Market and product according to product nomenclature ProdCom
Stocks of standing timberOther
Dutch stocks of standing timber have increased by an average of over 1.3 million m3 per year since