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Selection: Eurostat [10 articles] 

Publications by author Eurostat.
 

People in the EU - statistics on demographic changes

  
In Statistics Explained (2017), 41896

Abstract

[Excerpt] This is one of a set of statistical articles that forms Eurostat’s flagship publication People in the EU: who are we and how do we live?; it presents a range of statistics that cover the characteristics of the demographic situation in the European Union (EU). [\n] A paper edition of the publication was released in 2015. In late 2017, a decision was taken to update the online version of the publication (subject to data availability). Readers should note that while many of ...

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GISCO - The Geographic Information System of the COmmission

  
(2016)

Abstract

[Excerpt] [What is GISCO?] Within Eurostat, GISCO is responsible for meeting the European Commission's geographical information needs at 3 levels: the European Union, its member countries, and its regions. [What does GISCO do?] In addition to creating statistical and other thematic maps, GISCO manages a database of geographical information, and provides related services to the Commission. Its database contains core geographical data covering the whole of Europe, such as administrative boundaries, and thematic geospatial information, such as population grid data. Some ...

 

LUCAS - Land use and land cover survey

  
In Statistics Explained (2016), 29057

Abstract

The European Union (EU) is composed of a diverse range of landscapes: it is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna and includes some of the most and least densely populated areas of the world. This background article provides information on the Land Use/Cover Area frame Survey (LUCAS), a survey that provides harmonised and comparable statistics on land use and land cover across the whole of the EU’s territory - a toal area of just under 4.5 million square ...

 

People in the EU - statistics on demographic changes

  
In Statistics Explained (2015), 41896

Abstract

[Excerpt] This article is part of a set of statistical articles that are based on Eurostat’s flagship publication People in the EU: who are we and how do we live? (which also exists as a PDF publication); it presents a range of statistics that cover the characteristics of the demographic situation in the European Union (EU). [Main statistical findings] Statistics on the structure of the EU’s population and those measuring the change in the number of inhabitants have received growing attention from policymakers ...

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Sustainable development - Natural resources

  
In Statistics Explained (2015), 4395

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This article provides an overview of statistical data on sustainable development in the area of natural resources. It is based on the set of sustainable development indicators the European Union (EU) agreed upon for monitoring its sustainable development strategy. This article is part of a set of statistical articles for monitoring sustainable development, which are based on the Eurostat publication 'Sustainable development in the European Union - 2015 monitoring report of the EU sustainable development strategy'. The report is published every ...

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Energy from renewable sources

  
In Statistics Explained (2015), 26960

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This article presents a detailed statistical overview of the production and consumption of energy from renewable sources in the European Union (EU). It is based on data compiled in accordance with accounting rules set down in the Directive 2009/28/EC on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources. The statistical information presented in this article is coherent with statistical information reported under Regulation (EC) No 1099/2008 on energy statistics. [\n] Renewable energy in the EU has grown strongly in recent ...

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Forestry statistics in detail

  
In Statistics Explained (2015), 29576

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This article is part of a set of statistical articles based on the Eurostat publication Agriculture, forestry and fishery statistics. It presents statistics on forestry and logging in the European Union (EU). [\n] The European Union (EU) accounts for approximately 5 % of the world’s forests and contrary to what is happening in many other parts of the world, the forested area of the EU is slowly increasing. Ecologically, the forests of the EU belong to many different bio-geographical regions and have ...

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Forestry statistics

  
In Statistics Explained (2015), 1195

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This article presents statistics on forestry and logging in the European Union (EU). In 2010, the EU-28 had approximately 179 million hectares of forests and other wooded land, corresponding to 41 % of its land area. The EU’s forests and other wooded land cover approximately the same proportion of land area as that used for agriculture. ...

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Agri-environmental indicator - soil erosion

  
Statistics Explained In Agri-environmental indicators (2013)

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This article provides a fact sheet of the European Union (EU) agri-environmental indicator soil erosion. It consists of an overview of recent data, complemented by all information on definitions, measurement methods and context needed to interpret them correctly. The soil erosion article is part of a set of similar fact sheets providing a complete picture of the state of the agri-environmental indicators in the EU. The indicator soil erosion estimates the areas affected by a certain rate of soil erosion by ...

 

Forestry in the EU and the world : a statistical portrait

  

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The International Year of Forests 2011 is a UN initiative reinforcing the message that forests are vital to the survival and well-being of mankind. This Eurostat publication supports the UN initiative by statistically depicting forests in their various dimensions. Forests have a variety of ecological functions, serving as habitats for plant and animal species, helping to protect water and soil resources, as well as contributing to the fight against climate change. On the other hand, forests are an important economic factor as suppliers of ...

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