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  • 23-June-2023


    Public policy uses of the SEEA stocks and flows accounts

    The System of Environmental Economic Accounting Central Framework (SEEA CF) was adopted in 2012. In one decade, it has expanded to 92 countries, including most OECD countries. However, there is still work to be done by national statistics producers to increase the use of SEEA statistics. This paper focuses on the SEEA stocks and flows accounts, providing examples of where they are already used to support public policy making in high-priority areas such as climate change, environmental sustainability, the circular economy, and management of ecosystems and freshwater, as well as feeding into indicators, dashboards and other frameworks. Although these examples show that SEEA statistics are already informing public policy making in many countries, there are still important 'influence gaps'. The second part of this paper discusses why these gaps exist and what can be done about them.
  • 8-December-2022

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    Methods note: Producing OECD quarterly air emission accounts

    Our estimates track emissions of CO2 and other GHGs that are released into the atmosphere. They are compiled for the Air Emissions Accounts (AEAs) of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA). We use the SEEA approach because it is consistent with international standards for compiling the national accounts, which makes it easier to monitor the impact of the economy on the environment.

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  • 14-mars-2022


    Une nouvelle base de données de l'OCDE fournit des données actualisées sur les émissions de CO2 du transport aérien

    Le transport aérien permet de déplacer rapidement des personnes et des marchandises sur de grandes distances et, en facilitant le commerce international et le tourisme, il contribue à la croissance économique et à la création d'emplois. Néanmoins, l'industrie aéronautique contribue de manière significative aux émissions mondiales de CO2.

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  • 8-March-2022


    CO2 Emissions from air transport: A near-real-time global database for policy analysis

    Statistics Working Paper N. 114 2022/4 - This paper describes a new OECD database providing near-real-time and global information on aviation-related CO2 emissions, with allocations across countries following either the territory or the residence principle. This database provides a public good for both statistical measurement and environmental policy analysis.

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