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1 Present Status and Future Development of the Dutch NAMEA Dr. ir. Rutger Hoekstra Statistics Netherlands

2 Presentation 1.Environmental accounts 2.NAMEA/NAMWA 3.Applications 4.Future projects

3 Economy National Accounts System of National Accounts (SNA, 1993) European System of Accounts (ESA, 1995) Environment Environmental statistics System of Environmental and Economic Accounts (SEEA, 2003) Environmental accounting Environmental accounts

4 Satelite of the National Accounts Resident principle Attribution of pollutants to economic activities System of Environmental and Economic Accounts (SEEA) 2003 Summary of different types of accounts Methodology and best practices

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6 Environmental accounts 1.Physical flow accounts 2.Environmental related transactions (environmental costs, environmental taxes) 3.Environmental asset accounts (forest, fishery, subsoil accounts) 4. Adjustment of SNA to account for the impact of the economy on the environment (DNI)

7 NAMEA Started in 1991 Started in emission and 2 extraction categories 11 emission and 2 extraction categories 8 themes 8 themes Greenhouse effect (CO 2 equivalents)Greenhouse effect (CO 2 equivalents) Ozone depletion (CFK11 equivalents)Ozone depletion (CFK11 equivalents) Acidification (Acification equivalents)Acidification (Acification equivalents) Eutrophication (Eutrophication equivalents)Eutrophication (Eutrophication equivalents) Waste (kg)Waste (kg) Waste water (inhabitant equivalents)Waste water (inhabitant equivalents) Change in natural resources (kg)Change in natural resources (kg) Fossil fuel use (PJ)Fossil fuel use (PJ) Environmental taxes, subsidies and costs Environmental taxes, subsidies and costs Annual Annual Consistent & internationally accepted Consistent & internationally accepted

8 NAMWA Pilot project in 1997 Pilot project in 1997 Regular production started in 2002 Regular production started in emission categories & water balance 9 emission categories & water balance 3 themes 3 themes EutrophicationEutrophication Heavy metalsHeavy metals Waste waterWaste water Annual Annual

9 NAMEA-matrix AgricultureIndustryHouseholds Gross output Emissions AgricultureX1X2X3X1+X2+X3Z1 IndustryX4X5X6X4+X5+X6Z2 HouseholdsZ3 Value Added X2+X3-X1X4+X6-X5GDP AbsorptionZ4Z5Deposition

10 NAMEA-Origin of pollutants PNHeavy metalsWaste water Consumersxxx x x x xx Producers –Agriculture –Fisheries –Mining –etc xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx x x x x x xxxxxxxx Input from abroadxxx x x x xx Total xxx x x x xx

11 NAMEA-Destination of pollutants PNHeavy metalsWaste water Absorptionxxx x x x xx Export abroadxxx x x x xx Env. indicators –eutrophication –Waste water –Heavy metals xx x x x x x x Total xxx x x x xx

12 NAMEA Data sources Emission registration system (Air, water) Surveys (Waste, recycling, environmental expenditures, environmental report) Material balance sheets for nutrients, toxic substances Energy statistics National accounts

13 Applications Environmental decoupling indicators Modeling Input-output modeling Impact analysis Imputation to final demand categories Structural Decomposition Analysis General Equilibrium Modeling Green National Income Other Macro-economic models Improvement of National Accounts

14 GDP,volume Greenhouse effect Acidification Waste Eutrophication Environmental Indicators

15 Emission per activity

16 Change in greenhouse gas emissions Final consumption 2. Structure changes 3. Efficiency gains 4. Net increase %-change =

17 Future projects Energy accounts Extensions of air emissions accounts Extensions of water accounts Waste accounts Subsoil accounts Physical accounts Dispersion accounts Land use accounts Environmental tax and subsidy accounts Eco-industry accounts Publication on Statline (www.cbs.nl)

18 Future projects: Waste Accounts Results and report near completion New waste estimates European waste classification Recycling included

19 Future projects: Physical Accounts Material Flow Analysis (MFA) Physical Supply and Use Tables (PSUT) Physical Input-Output Tables (PIOT) Material balance principle

20 Questions/ Contact details Sjoerd Schenau Project Leader NAMEA Prinses Beatrixstraat 428 P.O. Box JM Voorburg The Netherlands


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