Expert Group Meeting on Environmental Accounting for the ESCWA Region

14 to 16 October, 2009 , Beirut

 * Final Report
Meeting Final Report
 A. Event Details
Information Note
Registration Form
Draft Agenda
 B. Background Documents
Framework for Env. Economic Accounting for ESCWA
Water Surveys (AR)
Environmental Expenditures in Jordan (En)
Environmental Expenditures in Jordan (Ar)
SEEAW Tables
SEEAW Part 1 (Ar)
MoE CCZED Northern Lebanon
 Session 1
1.1 Progress and Strategy for SEEA
1.2 The General SEEA Famework
1.3 Priority Issues
SEEA
 Session 2
2.6 Land and Soil Accounts
2.2 Progress in SEEAW in ESCWA
2.3 UNSD Strategy for the Implementation of the SEEAW
2.5 Energy Accounts for ESCWA
SEEAW & IRWS
 Session 3
3.2 EPE Jordan
3.1 SEEA & EEA_ Slovania and Syria_Danica
 Session 4
Chile Env Statistics as support for Indic and Accounts
Yemen Presentation
Egypt SEEA Comments
Environmental Accounting - Egypt
Environmental Statistics Economic Accounting in Lebanon
Africa Presentation
UAE Presentation
UNEP's Work on Environmental Iinformation and Green Economy
 Session 5
Regional Agenda


The United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) developed the System of Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting (SEEA) in 1993, as a satellite to the 1993 System of National Accounts (SNA), in recognition to the increasing importance of integrating environmental issues into development and the need to account for the manifold interactions between all sectors of the economy and the environment in order to ensure sustainable development.

 

ESCWA through the funded project "Strengthening National Capacities in Environment Statistics, Indicators and Accounts in support of progress toward achieving the internationally agreed development goals in the ESCWA and ECLAC Region 2007-2009", has planned activities to assist in enhancing the national capacities of Member States in environment statistics, indicators and accounts in order to integrate environmental concerns into economic development, thus supporting progress toward achieving environmental sustainability and related international agreed development goals member countries.  

 

This assistance by ESCWA, which encompasses training workshops, technical assistance missions, publication of studies and development of information systems, is coordinated with regional and international agencies, particularly UNSD, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), the regional statistical cooperation programme between the European Union and Mediterranean partner countries (MEDSTAT) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

 


Contact Info:
Wafa Aboul Hosn
Team Leader, Sectoral Statistics
Statistics Division, ESCWA
aboulhosn@un.org



 

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