Latest SEEA news
19 April 2022
The second part of the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP-15) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), to be held in person in Kunming, China later this year is expected to finalize and adopt the post-2020 globa
19 April 2022
UN Environment has just launched global data collection for economy wide material flow accounts (EW-MFA). These efforts, coordinated between various international organizations, will be used to compile SDG indicators 8.4.1/12.2.1 and 8.4.2/12.2.2, Global Environmental Outlook (GEO) assessments, and much more. Read more here.
18 April 2022
The progress in achieving the targets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to combat climate change (SDG 13), conserve oceans and marine resources (SDG 14) and protect and sustainably use terrestrial ecosystems and halt biodiversity loss (SDG 15) has stagnated, and even deteriorated, across every region of the world.
09 April 2022
A new OECD database provides near-real time global information to produce estimates of CO2 emissions from air transport contributing to the development of Air Emissions Accounts according to the SEEA and to the police debate on low carbon transition on air transport.
06 April 2022
This year the seventh joint OECD/UNECE seminar on the implementation of the SEEA organized took place virtually on 28, 30 and 31 March 2022.
05 April 2022
In this issue you will find several new publications on SEEA accounts from Bhutan, Canada, Eurostat, Germany, India, Indonesia and New Zealand, and other reports such as UNECE’s report on Machine Learning for Official Statistics.
01 April 2022
Administered since 2014, the Global Assessment of Environmental-Economic Accounting and Supporting Statistics, provides a snapshot of SEEA implementation around the world.
30 March 2022
On January 25, 2022, Statistics Canada released new products on ecosystem accounting. The report Human Activity and the Environment: Accounting for ecosystem change in Canada is an initial attempt to account for ecosystems.
17 March 2022
The 53rd session of the UN Statistical Commission provided an opportunity for the UNCEEA to present their work programme for 2022-2025.