Eurostat News , Product code: EDN-20180224-1, published on 24-Feb-2018

Estonia is one of the least populous (1.3 million inhabitants) and greenest countries) in the EU. Nearly 60% of its land area is covered by woodland. Estonians like e-government: 78% of people in Estonia use the internet for interacting with public authorities. It also has the lowest energy depend...

Dataset [Database], Product code: road_eqs_carage, updated on 24-Feb-2018

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 12 calls for action on all fronts: adoption of sustainable practices and sustainability reporting by businesses; promotion of sustainable procurement practices and rationalisation inefficient fossil-fuel subsidies by policy-makers; environmentally-aware lifestyles of consumers; development of n...

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 11 aims to renew and plan cities and other human settlements in a way that they offer opportunities for all, with access to basic services, energy, housing, transportation, green public spaces, while improving resource use and reducing environmental impacts. SDG 11 envisions cities as enviro...

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 10 calls for increasing the income of bottom 40 % of the population and reducing inequalities based on income, sex, age, disability, race, class, ethnicity, religion and opportunity by adopting relevant policies and legislation. It also aims to improve the regulation and monitoring of financial...

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 9 calls for building resilient and sustainable infrastructure, which supports sustainable development and human well-being. SDG 9 promotes inclusive and sustainable industrialisation as a core driver for ending poverty and improving standards of living of all people. SDG 9 also recognises th...

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 8 recognises the importance of sustained economic growth and high levels of economic productivity for the creation of well-paid quality jobs and the achievement of global prosperity. SDG 8 calls for providing opportunities for full and productive employment and decent work for all while eradica...

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 7 calls for ensuring universal access to modern energy services, improving energy efficiency and increasing the share of renewable energy. To accelerate the transition to an affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy system, countries need to facilitate access to clean energy research, promot...

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 6 calls for ensuring universal access to safe and affordable drinking water, sanitation and hygiene, and ending open defecation. It also aims at improving water quality and water-use efficiency and encouraging sustainable abstractions and supply of freshwater. Protecting and restoring water-...

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 5 aims at achieving gender equality by ending all forms of discrimination, violence, and any harmful practices against women and girls in the public and private spheres. It also recognises the importance of universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights for combating...

Dedicated sections [Sustainable development indicators], updated on 23-Feb-2018

SDG 1 calls for an end to poverty in all its manifestations, including extreme poverty, over the next 15 years. It envisions shared prosperity, basic standard of living and social protection benefits for people everywhere, including the poorest and most vulnerable. In order to empower people to ...