4 edition of Environmental Protection Expenditure By The European Union Institutions (Eurostat Theme 8: Environment & Energy) found in the catalog.
Environmental Protection Expenditure By The European Union Institutions (Eurostat Theme 8: Environment & Energy)
November 11, 1999
by European Communities
Written in English
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Environmental protection expenditure is the money spent on all purposeful activities directly aimed at the prevention, reduction and elimination of pollution or any other degradation of the environment. It includes environmental investments and environmental current expenditure. Environmental investments are all outlays in a given year for machinery, equipment and land used for environmental. (5) Collection, processing and analysis of environmental data at European level are necessary in order to provide objective, reliable and comparable information which will enable the Community and the Member States to take the requisite measures to protect the environment, to assess the results of such measures and to ensure that the public is properly informed about the state of the environment.
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Environmental protection expenditure by the European Union institutions This publication presents the environmental protection expenditure of the European Union institutions with the financial allocations to the Member States and the candidate countries, as well as the Community institutions expenditure for the purchase of services and studies for environmental administrative purposes.
Environmental protection is now being integrated into all policy fields with the general aim to ensure a sustainable development. "Environmental protection expenditure in Europe" includes statistics on the money spent to protect the environment, any associated revenues or cost-savings, and information about the financing of environmental protection activities (subsidies, payments for services).
Environmental protection expenditure in Europe 7 • the actual burden on economic activities and units resulting from environmental protection measures, seen from the viewpoint of international comparisons and competitiveness, • economic activities induced by environmental protection.
Structure of the publication. This article presents results of the data collection on environmental protection expenditure accounts (EPEA) provided by European Union (EU) Member States with reporting obligation (Cyprus was granted a derogation) and selected non-EU countries.
It provides information on the EU's expenditure on prevention, reduction and elimination of pollution or any other degradation of the environment and covers the total spending by a country (i.e.
Innational expenditure on environmental protection (NEEP) of the EU Member States amounted to € billion. Rising on average by nearly 2% each year, NEEP has increased by 22% since As a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), expenditure on environmental protection remained relatively stable between (%) and (%).
A small increase was observed in. Environment. Separately, Eurostat collected data on environmental protection expenditure in the intervening years of the OECD collection. However, in the collection of environmental protection expenditures became an area of co-operation.
And now, in order to bridge the gap between the EPEA system and the JQ this publication is made available. Data sources Production of environmental protection services of general government by economic characteristics [env_ac_pepsgg] provided by Statistical Office of the European Union (Eurostat) Production of environmental protection services of corporations other than specialised producers by economic characteristics and NACE Rev.
2 activity [env_ac_pepsnsp] provided by. Information on the environment for those involved in developing, adopting, implementing and evaluating environmental policy, and also the general public EUR per capita and % of GDP (env_ac_exp2) Environmental protection expenditure in Europe — European Environment Agency.
High-quality and reliable environmental expenditure data is crucial for policy makers to develop effective environmental policies and for donors and international financing institutions.
This page describes the work undertaken by the EaP Task Force in the EECCA countries in order to provide assistance in collecting environmental expenditure data. Environmental protection expenditure in Poland in comparison with European Union countries, Proceedings of Business strategy and the environment, pp.
Leeds, UK, September CEPA Author: Elzbieta Broniewicz. Environmental protection Info. Environmental protection expenditure as a % of GDP Data Visualization Created 29 Aug Published 09 Dec Last modified 09 Dec 1 min The EEA is an agency of the European Union.
Engineered by. Environmental protection. Environmental protection expenditure accounts (EPEA) describe transactions related to preventing, reducing and eliminating pollution and any other degradation of the environment. These descriptions are consistent with the European System of Accounts (ESA).
Data on Expenditure on protection and restoration of the environment is published on the NSI website, section Environment in accordance with the Law on Statistics and the European Statistics Code of Practice respecting the professional independence and aimed at objectivity, transparency and equal treatment of all consumers.
Statistical Office of the European Union (Eurostat) -> Data Navigation Tree -> Database by themes -> Environment and energy -> Environment (env) -> Environmental protection expenditure (env_epe) -> Environmental protection expenditure and revenues (until ) (env_eper) -> Environmental protection expenditure in Europe - detailed data.
Towards a greener and more sustainable Europe. EU citizens benefit from some of the highest environmental standards in the world. The EU and national governments have set clear objectives to guide European environment policy until and a vision beyond that, of where to be bywith the support of dedicated research programmes, legislation and funding.
Exploring the environmental protection expenditures in foreign countries provides insight in the way the Netherlands is contributing to international environmental policy for example within the framework of the European Union and the United Nations (UN).
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