29 Erthyglau that are related to Environmental accounts , sorted by release date
Does exposure to air pollution increase the risk of dying from the coronavirus (COVID-19)? (Latest release)Our analysis measures the link between long-term exposure to dirty air and COVID-19 deaths in England.
Allweddeiriau: coronavirus, COVID-19, deaths, pollution
The percentage of homes without a garden is higher among ethnic minorities, with Black people in England nearly four times as likely as White people to have no outdoor space at home.
Allweddeiriau: gardens, parks, coronavirus, COVID-19, lockdown
The amount of domestic and foreign extraction of materials needed to produce the goods and services used by households, governments and charities in the UK.
Allweddeiriau: RMC, CBA, raw material consumption, consumption based accounting
The Scottish natural capital ecosystem service accounts, highlighting the relative importance of services provided by Scottish natural assets.
Allweddeiriau: environment, habitat, nature, services, sustainability
Sustainable Development Goals in the UK: progress on monitoring and reporting data: November 2019 (Latest release)Update on the Office for National Statistics’s progress towards measuring the global Sustainable Development Goal indicators in the UK.
Allweddeiriau: SDG, Global Goals, VNR, Inclusive data charter
Valuing green spaces in urban areas: a hedonic price approach using machine learning techniques (Latest release)Estimation of the value of recreational and aesthetic services provided by green and blue spaces in urban areas in Great Britain, capitalised into property prices.
Allweddeiriau: House prices, Green spaces, parks, Hedonic pricing, Environmental accounts
Allweddeiriau: House prices, Green space, Environment, Recreation
Contribution of road transport to greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions – further analysis of the UK Environmental Accounts data.
Allweddeiriau: petrol, diesel, net zero, electric vehicles
A burning issue: biomass is the biggest source of renewable energy consumed in the UK (Latest release)Energy from renewable sources exceeded 10% of the UK’s overall energy consumption for the first time In 2017. More than a quarter of this renewable energy came from burning wood, the largest single source of renewable energy in the UK.
Allweddeiriau: biomass, Renewable energy, Wood pellet, greenhouse gas
UK greenhouse gas emission estimates are reported on a number of different bases in order to fulfil a range of international agreements.
Allweddeiriau: carbon footprint, air emissions, envrionment, CO2, carbon dioxide