Built-up area expanding at the cost of farmlandArticles
The area of land in use for housing, industry and infrastructure increased by 200 square kilometres from 2013 to 2020. The area of land in use for agriculture shrank by 244 sq km. The total area of nature...
Smart Services Campus Heerlen: breeding ground for new productivity and innovationsOther
Monday 12 September marked the launch of the Brightlands Smart Services Campus in Heerlen
Ecosystems and well-being – the impact of land use changesPublications
The contributions of ecosystems to well-being depend on the extent and quality of ecosystems. This report shows that the state of natural capital is a cause for concern, and that future spatial claims...
Environmental goods and services sector, activities; national accountsFigures
Environmental activities, environmental domain, environmental services EGSS, environmental sector, recycling
Ecosystems and wellbeing – the impact of land use changesPublications
To measure well-being in the Netherlands, the 'monitor of well-being and sustainable development goals’ identifies four types of capital: social, human, economic and natural capital.
The importance of reliable data in times of crisisArticles
The COVID-19 crisis has brought with it a great need for reliable data, and national statistical offices (NSOs) are playing an important role in this regard.
Cultural ecosystem servicesOther
These are the nonmaterial benefits people obtain from ecosystems through spiritual enrichment, cognitive development, reflection, recreation and aesthetic experiences
Ecosystem services are the benefits generated by ecosystems in the Netherlands that contribute to the economy and to other human activity.
These are the benefits obtained from the regulation of ecosystem processes, including air quality regulation, climate regulation, water regulation, erosion regulation, water purification and waste treatment,...
Provisioning ecosystem services are the products obtained from ecosystems, including food, fiber, fuel, genetic resources, natural medicines, pharmaceuticals and fresh water.
Service imports back at pre-pandemic levelArticles
In the first three months of 2022, the Netherlands imported 53.4 billion euros worth of services. This is over 20 percent more than in the previous year.
2.4 billion euros in services exported to Russia in 2021Articles
In 2021, the Netherlands exported over 2.4 billion euros worth of services to Russia.
The condition or quality of an ecosystem is measured with the aid of a set of ecological key indicators, which relate to both the system’s ecological condition and its capacity to supply ecosystem services.
Humans and the economy are highly dependent on the natural environment and the corresponding provision of products and services.
The entire area of the Netherlands is categorised into a number of ecosystem types.
Biodiversity is the variability among living organisms and the ecosystems of which they are part.
Turnover accommodation and food services up in Q1Articles
In Q1 2021, turnover in the accommodation and food services sector rose by 9.7 percent relative to the previous quarter.
Accommodation and food services; turnover index, 2015=100Figures
Accommodation, food; turnover, 2015=100 Naar bedrijfsactiviteit (SBI 2008).
The carbon account records stocks and flows of carbon in and between various reservoirs: biosphere (stocks in vegetation, water etc.), atmosphere (as CO2,CH4 etc.), geosphere (oil, coal etc.) and the...
International trade; Imports and exports of services 2014-2020Figures
Imports; exports; services broken down into various types of services Countries
Fewer goods, more services to the UK in 2021Articles
In 2021, Dutch goods exports to the United Kingdom amounted to 40.5 billion euros.
International service trade below pre-pandemic levelArticles
In the first nine months of 2021, exports of services were 1.2 percent up on one year previously and stood at 146.3 billion euros. Imports of services stood at 141.6 billion euros, representing a year-on-year...
Household consumption almost 15 percent up in AprilArticles
Consumers spent 14.8 percent more in April 2022 compared to April one year previously. They mainly spent more on durable goods and services.
Earnings and labour volume; export flows, countriesFigures
Earnings, employment, Contribution to gross domestic product Transactions in goods and services, countries