Indicators

Name Description  
GPP as % of total public procurement  Indicator illustrates the percentage shares of green public procurement in total public procurement.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross domestic expenditure on R&D (GERD)  Total gross domestic expenditure on R&D (GERD) as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP).   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - all energy carriers  Gross inland energy consumption of all energy carriers is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - Crude oil and Petroleum Products  Gross inland energy consumption of crude oil and petroleum products is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - Gas  Gross inland energy consumption of natural gas is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - Nuclear Energy  Gross inland energy consumption of nuclear energy carriers is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - Renewable energies  Gross inland energy consumption of renewable energy carriers is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - Solid Fuels  Gross inland energy consumption of solid energy carriers is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Higher education  Population with educational level ISCED 5 and 6 (ISCED 1997).  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Household waste generated  Household waste generated (in 1000 tonnes)  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Implemented changes to reduce material costs  This indicator describes the share of firms implementing any changes to reduce material costs in the past 5 years. The data are derived from question Q5 from the Eurobarometer No.315 answered with "mentioned". The Eurobarometer survey No.315 targets the attitudes of European entrepreneurs towards eco-innovation. 5,222 managers from small and medium sized enterprises from 5 different NACE sectors have been interviewed at the beginning of 2011.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Import dependency  Share of imports in energy supply of countries. Energy dependency shows the extent to which an economy relies upon imports in order to meet its energy needs. The indicator is calculated as net imports divided by the sum of gross inland energy consumption plus bunkers.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Importance attached to buying energy-efficient home appliances in solving environmental problems  Percentage of respondents stating that buying energy-efficient home appliances has the greatest impact on solving environmental problems.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Importance attached to eco-friendly products in solving environmental problems  Percentage of respondents stating that buying products produced by eco-friendly production has the greatest impact on solving environmental problems.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Importance attached to recycling and minimising waste in solving environmental problems  Percentage of respondents stating that recycling and minimising waste has the greatest impact on solving environmental problems.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Importance attached to transport and travelling in solving environmental problems  Percentage of respondents stating that changing transport and travelling patterns has the greatest impact on solving environmental problems.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Importance attached to water use in solving environmental problems  Percentage of respondents stating that changing water use patterns has the greatest impact on solving environmental problems.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Importance of eco-labels in purchasing decisions  Percentage of citizens that bought environmetally friendly products marked with an environmental label.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Improve ability to develop new products or processes (% of firms with innovation activities)  Share of firms with innovation activities improving ability to develop new products or processes.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Improve ability to develop new products or processes (% of total firms)  Share of total firms improving ability to develop new products or processes  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data

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