Key Figures on Climate France and Worldwide - 2015 Edition

REPORT COVERAGE

France
26 Jan 2015, 15:15
kochetho

REPORT DETAILS

Chiffres clés du climat : France et monde - Édition 2015
French
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Key Figures on Climate France and Worldwide - 2015 Edition
Commissariat général au développement durable - Service de l'observation et des statistiques

FORMAT & ACCESSIBILITY

report (static source)
2015
1 year
50

AUDIENCE & CONTEXT

Policy makers (EU level), Policy makers (national level), Policy makers (sub-regional / local), Civil society & NGOs, Academia, Business, Public, Media

STRUCTURE

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How are indicators used Primarily (>50%) Ocasionally (<50%) None
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TOPICS COVERED

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Air pollution - - - - - - -
Biodiversity - - - - - - -
Chemicals - - - - - - -
Climate change - - - - - - -
Environment and health - - - - - - -
Land use - - - - - - -
Natural resources - - - - - - -
Noise - - - - - - -
Soil - - - - - - -
Waste and material resources - - - - - - -
Water - - - - - - -
Various other issues - - - - - - -
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):

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Overview of table of contents and indicators in report

Following the previous editions, this 2015 edition of "Key Figures on Climate France and Worldwide" has to be seen in the context of the 20th Conference Of Parties on Climate Change (COP20) in Lima on 1-12 december 2014. The version has been revised compared to the 2013 edition. In particular, european data now cover EU-28 following the accession of Croatia into the EU on july 1st 2013. In addition, the analysis of carbon footprint and imported emissions is now based on the most recent figures, dated from 2010. Furthermore, a double page dedicated to the financing of climate change adaptation has been added. This publication, by its structure and the choice of issues, aims to inform an audience as large as possible on the consequences, mechanisms, causes and effects of climate change as well as on international policies implemented to mitigate it.