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Development methods of the EECCA indicators. WGEMA meeting, Geneva, 12-13 June 2007. Methodology. EECCA indicators are based on the UNECE Guidelines on use of environmental indicators in EECCA countries Aims: Test the Guidelines Provide feedback in order to improve the guidelines. Data.

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development methods of the eecca indicators

Development methods of the EECCA indicators

WGEMA meeting, Geneva, 12-13 June 2007

methodology
Methodology
  • EECCA indicators are based on the UNECE Guidelines on use of environmental indicators in EECCA countries
  • Aims:
    • Test the Guidelines
    • Provide feedback in order to improve the guidelines
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Data
  • Data for constructing the indicators come from international sources
    • CIS stat
    • World Bank
    • FAO stat
    • UNEP Ozone Secretariat
    • IEA
    • Etc.
list of indicators
List of indicators
  • Consumption of ozone-depleting substances (No 3)
  • Water abstraction (total water abstraction and water exploitation index ) (No.8)
  • Household water use per capita (No. 9)
  • Water losses (No.10)
  • Reuse and recycling of freshwater (No. 11)
  • Non-treated wastewater (No. 16)
  • Passenger transport demand (No. 29)
  • Freight transport demand (No. 30)
  • Final energy consumption (No. 25)
  • Total energy consumption (No. 26)
  • Energy intensity (No. 27)
  • Renewable energy consumption (No. 28)
  • Fertilizer consumption (No. 23)
  • Protected areas (No. 17)
  • Forest and other wooded land (No. 18)
slide5
Классификация индикаторов – модель ДДСВР

Причинно-следственная схема для описания связи между развитием общества и состоянием окружающей среды.

Ответные меры

5

3

Движущие силы

0

Воздействие

5

Давление

Состояние ОС

2

verification of data and assesments
Verification of data and assesments
  • Verified by national statistics
    • National statistical books
    • Regional workshops
    • Direct contact with national experts during the preparation and the online consultation phases
  • GAP fillings: other sources, estimations where not possible
  • Assessments are verified by the national experts via on-line consultations, international experts via UNEP network and by the EEA thematic officers dealing with the preparation of the Belgrade report to ensure the consistency with the Belgrade report messages
eecca indicators contents structure
EECCA Indicators Contents/Structure

Are ozone-depleting substances being phased out according to the agreed schedule?

  • What is the key Policy question addressed?
  • What key Message(s) are derived/explained?
  • Overall Assessment of each of ~15 indicators.
  • Methodology & References for each indicator.
  • The Policy context/link for each indicator.
  • Link to Definition and Rationale in UNECE’s Indicator Guidelines document.
lessons learned methodology 1
Lessons learned, Methodology (1)
  • Not always possible to follow the UNECE Guidelines due to the lack of data
    • Example private car pass-km
    • Data on the pipelines
lessons learned 2 data availability
Lessons learned (2), Data availability
  • Data in international sources is not always up to date
  • Due to the differences in data sources the figures might be different from the Belgrade report, but the trends are similar
  • There is a need to organise a continuous data flow in order to ensure representation of all the countries in the assessment
  • There is a need for improving the national reporting practices to the international bodies as well as there is a need to harmonise methodologies for data collection
lessons learned 3 regional policy context
Lessons learned (3), Regional policy context
  • Assessment of policies at the regional level is difficult at the moment
    • Use conventions
    • Use EECCA strategy – no targets
    • Use of Central European strategies in water and energy – no target
  • Online consultations have a low rate of response… reasons???
production of west balkan eea csis

Production of West Balkan EEA CSIs

WGEMA meeting, Geneva, 12-13 June 2007

what are the outcomes
What are the outcomes?
  • Produced 12 common EEA CSIs for West Balkan countries
  • Compendium with produced EECCA indicators
why fact sheet and compendium
Why fact sheet and compendium?

Short-term

  • Communicating the results to general public
  • Testing reliability of data

Long-term

  • Strengthening regional cooperation
  • Follow-up actions
what will be included
What will be included?

12 regional EEA CSIs fact sheets:

  • CSI 006 Production and consumption of ozone depleting substancesCSI 008 Designated areas
  • CSI 012 Global and European temperature
  • CSI 031 Renewable electricity
  • CSI 034 Fishing fleet capacity
  • CSI 032 Status of marine fish stocks
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CSI 014 Land take
  • CSI 016 Municipal waste generation
  • CSI 022 Bathing water quality
  • CSI 021 Nutrients in transitional, coastal and marine waters
  • CSI 019 Oxygen consuming substances in rivers
  • CSI 020 Nutrients in freshwater
what are the selection criteria
What are the selection criteria?
  • Realistic selection (reliable data and time series without gaps)
  • Further improvement under the present activity
what are the main challenges
What are the main challenges?
  • Data (data reliability)
  • Used methodology
how do we overcome them
How do we overcome them?
  • Comparison with international data sources
  • Country clarifications
  • Statistical gap filling
  • Excluding indicators based on poor data/methodology
what is the process of commenting by countries
What is the process of commenting by countries?
  • Continuous consultations throughout the production process
  • New data and information collection
fact sheets for comments
Fact sheets for comments
  • CSI 006 Production and consumption of ozone depleting substances
  • CSI 031 Renewable electricity
contact person
Contact person

Jasmina Bogdanovic

UNEP/GRID Arendal

Project manager

E-mail: [email protected]

Mob: +43 650 424 5809

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