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Revised Guidelines on the Application of Environmental Indicators

Following the decision taken at the 6th session of the Joint Task Force on Environmental Indicators, the Joint Task Force is currently working on the revised version of the Guidelines for the Application of Environmental Indicators in Eastern Europe, Caucasus, Central Asia and South-Eastern Europe (Indicator Guidelines).

You can find the revised text of the Indicator Guidelines (indicator by indicator) from the menu listed below. For your easy reference, each revised indicator contains three files: revised description of the indicator, revised table for the production of the indicator, and revised glossary of terms.

This webpage will be updated according the progress made in the revision process.

Indicator

Description

Production

Glossary of terms

A. Air pollution and ozone depletion

   A1. Emissions of pollutants into the atmospheric air (updated May 2014)

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   A2. Ambient air quality in urban areas (updated May 2014)

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   A3. Consumption of ozone-depleting substances (updated May 2014)

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B. Climate change

   B1. Air temperature

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   B2. Atmospheric precipitation

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   B3. Greenhouse gas emissions (updated May 2014)

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C. Water 

   C1. Renewable freshwater resources

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   C2. Freshwater abstraction

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   C3. Total water use

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   C4. Household water use per capita

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   C5. Public water supply

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   C6. Connection of population to public water supply

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   C7. Water losses

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   C8. Reuse of freshwater

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   C9. Drinking water quality

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   C10. BOD and concentration of ammonium in rivers (updated May 2014)

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   C11. Nutrients in freshwater (updated May 2014)

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   C12. Nutrients in coastal seawaters

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   C13. Concentrations of pollutants in coastal seawater and sediments (except nutrients)

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   C14. Population connected to wastewater treatment

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   C15. Wastewater treatment facilities

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   C16. Polluted (non-treated) wastewaters

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D. Biodiversity 

   D1. Protected areas (updated May 2014)

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   D2. Biosphere reserves and wetlands of international importance

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   D3. Forests and other wooded land

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   D4. Threatened and protected species

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   D5. Trends in the number and distribution of selected species

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   D6. Invasive alien species

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E. Land and soil  

   E1. Land uptake

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   E2. Area affected by soil erosion

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F. Agriculture 

   F1. Irrigation

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   F2. Fertilizer consumption

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   F3. Gross nitrogen balance

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   F4. Pesticide consumption

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G. Energy 

   G1. Final energy consumption

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   G2. Total energy consumption

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   G3. Energy intensity

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   G4. Renewable energy consumption

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   G5. Final electricity consumption

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   G6. Gross electricity production

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H. Transport 

   H1. Passenger transport demand

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   H2. Freight transport demand

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   H3. Composition of road motor vehicle fleet by fuel type

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   H4. Average age of road motor vehicle fleet

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I. Waste 

   I1. Waste generation (updated May 2014)

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   I2. Transboundary movements of hazardous waste

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   I3. Waste reuse and recycling

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   I4. Final waste disposal

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J. Environmental financing

   J1. Environment protection expenditure

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