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Many aspects of well-being improving – but not all
Longer-term trends in many areas of well-being in the Netherlands are upwards, and some aspects have shown recent further improvement. There have also been deteriorations, particularly in the areas...
Measuring the SDGs: an initial picture for the Netherlands
Report of the first findings on where the Netherlands stands in terms of the SDG indicators.
Quarterly estimates of greenhouse gas emissions
Quarterly estimates of greenhouse gas emission in accordance with the IPCC guidelines.
butterfly populations showing signs of tentative recovery
Slightly more butterfly species have increased in number since 2006 than decreased: 20 versus 11. Growing populations include various endangered species. Two factors affect the butterfly populations...
Climate change is firmly on the agenda in Zwolle
What existing data can be used to adapt to climate change, and what new data in this field does the region of Zwolle need most?
Climate and Energy Outlook 2021
The Netherlands Climate and Energy Outlook 2021 (KEV) is a joint publication by PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, TNO Energy Transition, Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the Netherlands...
Netherlands: not all SDGs set by UN achieved
On 25 September 2015 the United Nations formulated 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Greenhouse gas emissions 9 percent lower in 2022
In 2022, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions were 9 percent lower than in 2021. This was mainly due to lower natural gas consumption in manufacturing, the built environment and agriculture
Consumer confidence index remains stable
February’s consumer confidence index hardly changed compared to January. Consumers’ opinions on the economic climate and willingness to buy also remained stable in the first two months of 2006.
Greenhouse gas emissions 5 percent higher in 2015
Last year greenhouse gas emissions in the Netherlands were 5 percent up from 2014.
Consumer confidence down again
After adjustment for seasonal effects, consumer confidence has fallen for the second month in a row in June 2005, to -26. This puts consumer confidence back at the level of the beginning of the year.
Dutch consumers less pessimistic
Dutch consumers were less negative in April than in March. The consumer confidence indicator climbed 6 points to -35. In March, the mood had also been less negative than in the preceding month,...
The SEEA EEA carbon account for the Netherlands
This document reports on the carbon account for the Netherlands, one of the thematic accounts of the SEEA EEA.
Dutch consumers much more pessimistic about economy
The mood among Dutch consumers deteriorated in December. The consumer confidence index dropped by 7 points and stood at -14. The decline counterbalanced previous improvements in October and November....
Business services providers remain optimistic
In April, the number of business services providers expecting turnover to increase in the next three months easily outnumbered those expecting a decline. However, the difference was somewhat less...
Business services monitor: fourth quarter of 2009
Turnover in the business services sector was down again in the fourth quarter of 2009 compared with twelve months previously. The fall was also larger than in the preceding quarter. Although opinions...