Dutch greenhouse gas emissions fall further
The emission of greenhouse gases in the Netherlands fell for the fourth year in a row in 2008.
National Energy Outlook 2015
The National Energy Outlook outlines the current state of the Dutch energy system in an international context.
More people find the environment highly polluted
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....
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
Richer households cause more greenhouse gas emissions
The production of goods and services bought by households cause greenhouse gas emissions. On average a household in the Netherlands causes over 22 tons of CO2 equivalents in emissions.
Material Flow Monitor 2016 - Technical report
The Material Flow Monitor 2016 provides insight into the physical material flows (in kilos) to, from and within the Dutch economy. The dataset also includes information on waste, recycling, emissions...
Uncertainty analysis of mineral excretion and manure production
Since the beginning of the nineties, standard factors for manure production and nutrient excretion per livestock category have been determined by the Working group on the Uniformisation of the...
Environmental-economic impact of tourism sector studied
The tourism industry accounts for 7 percent of net domestic energy consumption.
Rising economy, falling greenhouse gas emissions
Dutch greenhouse gas emissions fell by 13 percent
Further reduction greenhouse gas emissions
In 2007, greenhouse gas emissions in the Netherlands were reduced for the third consecutive year. The total emission volume amounted to 205 billion kg of CO2 equivalents, i.e. 4 percent below the...