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CO2 emissions reduced again
In the second quarter of 2016, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were 0.3 percent lower.
Higher CO2 emissions in second quarter of 2019
In the second quarter of 2019, CO2 emissions were 2.9 percent up year-on-year.
Importance of environmental sector increasing
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...
Higher CO2 emissions in Q1 2018
In Q1 2018, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were 2.5 percent up year-on-year.
CO2 emissions higher in Q4 2018
In Q4 2018, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were up by 0.5 percent year-on-year. Households and the transport sector emitted more CO2, while energy companies produced less.
Lower CO2 emissions in third quarter of 2019
In the third quarter of 2019, CO2 emissions were 4.4 percent down year-on-year.
Environmental sector keeps growing in importance
In 2021, the Dutch environmental sector represented a value added of 22.3 billion euros, contributing roughly 2.6 percent to gross domestic product (GDP).
Developing a material flow monitor for the Netherlands from national statistical data
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) developed a Material Flow Monitor (MFM) that captures national resource extraction, imports and exports, product flows between economic sectors, as well as emissions and...
The Sustainable Development Goals in the Dutch context
Update of SDGs in the Netherlands 2019. Part 2 of the Monitor of Well-being & SDGs 2019 (English).
CO2 emissions virtually unchanged in Q3 2017
In Q3 2017, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were 0.2 percent up year-on-year.
Less CO2 emitted in Q3 2020
In the third quarter of 2020, CO 2 emissions were 4.5 percent down year-on-year.
Integrating Monetary Environmental Accounts
The Environmental Accounts describe the relation between the economy and environment. This report focusses on streamlining and the integration of the input and output of the Monetary Environmental...
Monetary valuation of ecosystem services for the Netherlands
This report shows the first experimental results for the Netherlands on monetary valuation of ecosystem services and ecosystem assets using the SEEA EEA framework (System of Environmental-Economic...
SEEA-EEA biodiversity account 2006-2013
This report present the experimental biodiversity account for the Netherlands (2006-2013), which is one of the thematic accounts of the SEEA-EEA ecosystem account.
Higher CO2 emissions in fourth quarter of 2019
In the fourth quarter of 2019, CO 2 emissions were 1.8 percent up year-on-year.
Lower CO2 emissions in Q2 2017
CO2 emissions in the Netherlands declined by 0.9 percent year-on-year.
Lower CO2 emissions in Q2 2018
In Q2 2018, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were 3.8 percent down year-on-year. The decline was mainly the result of reduced natural gas consumption for heating.
Improving and extending Dutch EGSS-account
Description of methodological changes made to improve and expand the EGSS-account.
Circular economy what we want to know and can measure
Circular economy: what we want to know and can measure
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.
Provisioning ecosystem services are the products obtained from ecosystems, including food, fiber, fuel, genetic resources, natural medicines, pharmaceuticals and fresh water.
Humans and the economy are highly dependent on the natural environment and the corresponding provision of products and services.
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...