A number of social media posts will be published on Twitter (@StatSlovenija, @StatSlovenia) and Facebook (@StatSlovenija), the digital publication ‘Women and Men in Europe’ will be updated and a press release dedicated to European Statistics Day 2018 is in the pipeline.
A crossword with statistical themes will be published in the largest weekly magazine in Slovenia, the ESD will be presented in a television show called ‘Good Morning Slovenia’ and finally the value of statistics will be promoted at a fair called ‘Feel the Future’.
When it comes to forest area, Slovenia is one of the richest EU-28 Member States. In 2015, the forest area in Slovenia was slightly larger than the combined area of Malta, Luxembourg and Cyprus. As regards the forest area as a share of total land area, Slovenia was third with 63%; the shares were larger only in Finland (68%) and Sweden (70%). The least forested Member States were Malta (1%) and the Netherlands (9%).
The purpose of EuroBirdWatch is to inform the people about the endangerment of birds and how to protect them. Birds are an excellent indicator of the level of nature preservation and an important part of habitats. Do you know that the population of meadow birds in Slovenia is rapidly declining?
As Bruno Coulais put it: Birds are privileged spectators of natural beauties and witness of the folly of man.