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Environmental pressures from European consumption and production.
A study in integrated environmental and economic analysis
It is increasingly recognised that the current consumption and production patterns of developed countries cannot be transferred to the rest of the world without overstretching global environmental services several times over. One part of the solution to the problem of limited resources and environmental services is to adjust patterns of consumption and production to reduce their demand on these resources. Identifying and encouraging such adjustments are the focus of the policy area of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP).
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Executive summary

1 Background and objectives

2 Environmentally-extended input-output analysis . a tool for SCP
2.1 Why is input-output analysis useful for SCP
2.2 A brief introduction to national accounts and environmentally-extended nput-output tables
2.3 From environmental statistics to environmental accounts
2.4 Availability of environmental accounts
2.5 Environmental accounts and national emissions inventories
2.6 Obtaining the consumption and production perspectives
2.7 Overview of methods for better accounting for imports
2.8 Data used in this report

3 Environmental hotspots in European production
3.1 Introduction to the production perspective
3.2 Brief overview of European production patterns
3.3 Environmental pressures from European production
3.4 Do sectors which dominate environmental pressures also contribute
most to economic output and employment ?
3.5 Decoupling pressures from growth in output
3.6 Summary of environmental pressures from European production

4 Environmental hotspots in European consumption
4.1 Introduction to the consumption perspective
4.2 Brief overview of European consumption
4.3 Indirect pressures embodied in consumed products
4.4 Pressures from total consumption
4.5 Pressures from household consumption
4.6 Environmental pressure intensity of final consumption products
4.7 Decoupling trends in consumption
4.8 Summary of environmental pressures caused by European consumption

5 A tool for SCP . strengths, weaknesses and future development


Appendix A: Detailed description of the methodology used for the EE.IOA
calulations presented in the report
A.1 Monetary input-output tables
A.2 Environmentally-extended input.output tables
A.3 Static open input-output model
A.4 Re-attribution models
A.5 Structural de-composition analysis

Appendix B: Transformation matrix used for mapping environmental
pressures from CPA to COICOP categories

References for appendices
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