Environment Switzerland 2013

REPORT COVERAGE

Switzerland
10 Jul 2013, 10:54
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REPORT DETAILS

Environment Switzerland 2013
English, French, German, Italian
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Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

FORMAT & ACCESSIBILITY

report (static source)
2013
2 years
86

AUDIENCE & CONTEXT

Policy makers (national level), Public
Federal Law of 7 October 1983 relating to the Protection of the Environment (Art. 6 and Art. 44) Federal Law of 9 October 1992 relating to Statistics (Art. 3, al. 1)

STRUCTURE

Yes
70
How are indicators used Primarily (>50%) Ocasionally (<50%) None
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trend (better, worse) - -
Explicitly
Explicitly

TOPICS COVERED

Focus Indicators
Major
(chapter)
Some
(section(s))
Minor
(ocasionally mentioned)
None Several
(>5)
Some
(3-5)
Few
(1-2)
None
(0)
Air pollution - - - - - -
Biodiversity - - - - - -
Chemicals - - - - - -
Climate change - - - - - -
Environment and health - - - - - -
Land use - - - - - -
Natural resources - - - - - -
Noise - - - - - -
Soil - - - - - -
Waste and material resources - - - - - -
Water - - - - - -
Various other issues - - - - - - - -
Natural hazards
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Agriculture - - - - - -
Energy - - - - - -
Fisheries - - - - - - -
Household consumption - - - - - -
Industry - - - - - -
Green economy - - - - - -
Tourism - - - - - -
Transport - - - - - -
Environmental technology - - - - - -
Policy instruments - - - - - -
Environmental scenarios - - - - - -
Coast and seas - - - - - -
Specific regions - - - - - -
Urban environment - - - - - -

Short description from SERIS (old):

The purpose of the Environment Switzerland reports is to provide clear and accessible information about the state of the environment and the associated trends. The information presented in the Environment Switzerland reports can be used as a basis for environmental and sectoral policy debate. More detailed information, for example about the data and indicators used in the report, is available on the internet.

Overview of table of contents and indicators in report

The “Environment Switzerland 2013” report is divided into three parts: “Stocktaking of environmental policy implementation”(Part I), “State of the environment” (Part II) and “Switzerland in the international context” (Part III). The report contains an assessment of Swiss environmental policy, and its target readership includes both decision-makers and members of the general public with an interest in environmental issues.