60 publications that are related to Environmental accounts , sorted by release date
A summary of the ONS’ current and future work related to subnational statistics and analysis.
Allweddeiriau: local authorities, regions, labour market, population, census
Sets out a potential framework to develop annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions accounts on a quarterly basis. Also outlines potential issues and future work.
Allweddeiriau: climate change, environment, atmosphere, GDP, national accounts, nationalaccounts
Quarterly publication bringing together the latest climate change-related statistics and analysis from a range of sources.
Allweddeiriau: climate change, mitigation, adaptation, , mitigations, emissions, adaptation
The size of area and condition indicators for eight natural UK habitats, including woodland, enclosed farmland, semi-natural grasslands and coastal margins. Uses the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting framework for Ecosystem Accounting. Experimental estimates.
Allweddeiriau: environment, index, urban, marine, SEEA
Exploring regional estimates of activity in the low carbon and renewable energy economy, UK and regions of England: 2020 (Latest release)Exploring methods to estimate turnover and employment in the LCREE in the UK by combining data from the LCREE Survey and the IDBR, including regional estimates for England. Experimental statistics.
Allweddeiriau: wind, environment, green jobs, green economy, green businesses
First estimates of the UK environmental goods and services sector (EGSS) for 2019 and revised estimates for 2010 to 2018. Included are estimates of output, gross value added, employment and exports.
Allweddeiriau: green economy, net zero, renewable, green jobs
Assessing what the environmental goods and services sector (EGSS) framework shows about nature jobs in the UK for 2010 to 2019 and opportunities for further research.
Allweddeiriau: forestry, agriculture, green jobs, employment
How the ONS has contributed to understanding "green jobs" through regular estimates and research articles, and what our future work on "green jobs" will include
Allweddeiriau: low carbon, environmental, nature, employment
A methods article on estimating time spent on green tasks, as part of research into measuring “green jobs”. Describes the use of task-level data from the US Occupational Information Network (O*NET) database, occupation conversion from US to UK occupation codes, and application to UK labour market data.
Allweddeiriau: O*NET, green jobs, occupations, tasks, environment
This article provides new experimental estimates of the time spent doing green tasks, over time, by UK country and by industry. It uses a new method, based on task-level data from the O*NET database in the US.
Allweddeiriau: green jobs, O*NET, occupations, tasks, environment