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ICEDD is assisting Eurostat in defining a framework for the development of Resource Use and Management Expenditure Account (RUMEA) and in developing a data collection system on Environmentally related transactions (subsidies and similar transfers).

Concerning Environmental Protection Expenditures and Revenues and Environmental taxes by economic activities, ICEDD is assisting Eurostat in preparing and sending the questionnaire to countries, in answering questions asked by countries concerning the data collection, in checking and validating the incoming data as regards plausibility and consistency, in gap filling and calculation of EU aggregates, in nowcasting and in preparing Statistics in Focus and more comprehensive and detailed publications.

Many environmental indicator sets have emerged over time, each serving their own purpose and having their own tailor-made indicators. Some indicators share the same name, but depict something very different. Other indicators are essentially the same, but have totally different names. Some indicator sets are reused within other sets. Other indicators are more or less modified, altered or added to other indicator sets, etc. Some indicators also need to be fit for purpose (i.e. suitable to the function they are meant to fulfil).

ICEDD has been ranked as third in a multiple framework contract on environment, climate change, energy and space policy with the European Union Committee of the Regions.

The objective of this service is to perform a technical review of Member States greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories in 2012 to support the European Commission in determining Member States' annual emission allocations under Decision 406/2009/EC.

The European Parliament's Environment Committee often needs to rapidly react to Commission proposals and at the same time often needs a solid basis to develop own initiatives within its field of responsibility.

L’expertise de l’ICEDD porte principalement sur la vérification des inventaires de gaz à effet de serre et la correcte implémentation du Protocole de Kyoto.

Le pourquoi de la mission.

Depuis 2001, l’Institut de l’Energie et de l’Environnement des Pays Francophones (IEPF) situé à Québec et appartenant à l’Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) a entrepris d’apporter une contribution à l’amélioration de la gestion urbaine en fournissant aux villes francophones des outils de gestion en matière d’énergie et d’environnement.

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Une base statistique environnementale de référence

Constituer une base statistique environnementale commune de référence pour l’ensemble des pays de l’espace européen. Un pari ambitieux, mais crucial si l’on entend forger et justifier une politique environnementale commune et cohérente, en se référant à un ensemble de données fiables, comparables et reconnues par tous.

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