Climate change

We work with official statisticians to make their statistics fit for analyzing the various aspects of climate change, such as:

  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Drivers of climate change such as sources of emissions in industry, energy, agriculture etc.
  • Social, economic and environmental impacts of climate change
  • Efforts to mitigate climate change
  • Adaptation to the consequences

The work contributes to measuring the SDG 13 on climate change and its impacts. To know more about wider UNECE activities in the area of climate change, please click here.

Resources

Steering Groups and Task Forces – developing a set of key indicators to measure the above aspects of climate change!

UNECE work on climate change statistics gained global support (March 2016)

UNECE work to be discussed at the UN Statistical Commission (March 2016)

Making the case for greater involvement of national statistical offices in measuring climate-change related statistics (February 2016)

UNECE engages statisticians ahead of COP21 (November 2015)

A story related to data needed for managing climate risks (November 2015)

A tool for countries to prioritize action to improve climate data (November 2015)

How national statistical offices can support greenhouse gas inventories? (September 2015)

Capacity gaps in climate change‐related statistics (September 2015)

Towards better data for climate policies (August 2015)

CES recommendations on climate change-related statistics (December 2014)

The United Nations Secretary-General has put climate change at the top of the United Nations agenda. Here you can find information about  UNECE work on climate change.

Meetings and events

For information about events related to climate change, please click here