Environmental data helps us better understand the complex inter-relationships between humans and everything around us, giving insight into the drivers, pressures and impacts of our societies on the environment, and helping find solutions for more equitable and sustainable living.See data offers
Statistics and indicators on the supply, transformation and use of natural recourses such as oil, gas, metals and minerals, water, wind and solar energy.
Air quality statistics for greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutants, including primary emissions (e.g. factories, vehicles) and secondary air pollution.
Data related to species of flora and fauna, biomes, land use, land cover change, as well as habitats and ecosystems in terrestrial and marine environments.
Activities and resources dedicated by businesses, households and governments to protecting the environment, including waste and recycling.
Statistics on the production and use/consumption of chemicals in products and chemical mixtures that are hazardous to humans or the environment.
Flows of materials into and out of national economies, including domestic extraction and the release of materials, as well as physical imports and exports.
Environmental taxes imposed on activities that are considered harmful to the environment, including government revenue and ratios to GDP.
Statistics from a wide range of domains on activities that cause and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the impact of climate change and how we adapt to it.