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Scottish Environment Statistics Online Data Updates (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/seso/)
SESO is an online data dissemination tool, which accompanies Key Scottish Environment Statistics and is an official statistics publication.
Datasets updated since January 5th 2013 are;
UK Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2011 (published February 5th) (https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/180823/ghg_national_statistics_release_2011_final_results.pdf)
This publication by DECC provides final 2011 estimates of greenhouse gas emissions in the UK. Also shown in the publication are the greenhouse gas emissions 2010 figures for comparability.
UK Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2012, Provisional Figures (published March 28th) (https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/175659/ghg_national_statistics_release_2012_provisional.pdf)
This publication by DECC provides provisional 2012 estimates of greenhouse gas emissions in the UK. This publication also includes the final estimates of 2011 UK greenhouse gas emissions by fuel type and end-user.
Scotland Performs National indicators
The National Indicator for the index of abundance of terrestrial breeding birds was updated on the 27th of March. This indicator shows an 11% increase of terrestrial breeding birds from 1994 but an 18 index point decrease from the peak value of 2008.
The proportion of adults visiting the outdoors National Indicator is due to be updated on the 29th of April. The purpose of these indicators is to show progress towards the achievement of a more successful and prosperous Scotland.
Natural Environment Statistics Advisory Committee (NESAC)
The 24th meeting of the NESAC scheduled to take place on the 4th of April was cancelled. There are no plans to reschedule this meeting. The next meeting will take place towards the end of this year.
Scotland's Environment Web
There is continued development of Scotland's environment website (http://www.environment.scotland.gov.uk/). We, together with others, will contribute to developing the trends and indicators section of the website. We will update users of any major developments.
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Page updated: Wednesday, April 10, 2013