74 publications that are related to Environmental accounts , sorted by release date
Characteristics of workers in the UK’s most emissions-intensive industries, measured by greenhouse gas emissions (residence-based) per employee. The analysis will focus on workers who live in England and Wales.
Allweddeiriau: emissions, jobs, labour market, net zero, Census, greenhouse gases
Estimates of the financial and societal value of natural resources to people in the UK.
Allweddeiriau: environment, habitat, ecosystem
Article examining the time people in the UK have spent in nature and the potential value of the benefits gained.
Allweddeiriau: natural capital, environmental accounts, health, coronavirus, COVID-19, green space, nature
Experimental estimates of quarterly greenhouse gas emissions (residence basis), UK: Quarter 2 (Apr to June) 2023 (Latest release)Experimental estimates of UK quarterly greenhouse gas emissions on a residence basis using the Chow-Lin regression-based temporal disaggregation method.
Allweddeiriau: Environment, Beyond GDP, Climate Change, Cardon dioxide
Measuring the air emissions generated by UK economic activities.
Allweddeiriau: energy, GHG, CO2, carbon dioxide, transport
Exploring estimates of green jobs using the industry, occupation and firm approaches.
Allweddeiriau: environment, green economy, green skills
Natural capital accounts estimate habitat extent, condition indicators, ecosystem services and asset value of urban areas in the UK.
Allweddeiriau: economy, environment, pollution, recreation, tourism
Quarterly publication bringing together the latest climate change-related statistics and analysis from a range of sources.
Allweddeiriau: Climate Change, Business, emissions, Greenhouse gas, net zero, domestic
Estimates of environmental protection expenditure by UK industries, based on the Environmental Protection Expenditure Survey.
Allweddeiriau: environment, household, government, wastewater, pollution, waste
Estimates the value of Scottish natural capital and its beneficial effects for the population.
Allweddeiriau: Scotland, Scottish, Natural, Capital, Environment