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Annual economic losses caused by weather - and climate - related extreme events in the EU Member States

In this indicator, events are grouped according to the available information in CATDAT. Meteorological events: storms (including lightning and hail) and mass movements. Hydrological events: floods. Climatological events: heatwaves, cold waves, droughts, forest fires. Total economic losses, in EUR billion (2022 prices), are based on recorded estimates from CATDAT provided by RiskLayer (dataset url is not available) and Eurostat structural indicators.

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Share of total utilised agricultural area used for organic farming by country and in the EU-27, in 2012 and 2021

The figure shows the share of Organic farming area in 2012 and in 2021 in the countries and in the EU, based on EUROSTAT data.

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Share of the utilised agricultural area used for organic farming in the EU-27 over the period 2012-2021

Organic farming in the EU has been continuously increasing since 2012 and reached an estimated 9.9% of the utilised agricultural area (UAA) in 2021.

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Forest fragmentation in the EU Member States

This figure shows the average forest fragmentation index for each Member State in 2018. Fragmentation is calculated as the share of forested land not covered by forest or small woody features in a local neighborhood of 10 hectares surrounding the focal 100 m² forest grid cell.

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EU and global consumption of controlled ozone-depleting substances

The figure shows the consumption in Ozone-Depleting Potential (ODP) tonnes from 1986 to 2021

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EU consumption of controlled ozone-depleting substances

The figure shows the consumption in metric tonnes and in Ozone-Depleting Potential (ODP) tonnes from 2006 to 2022.

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Number of times the planetary boundary is transgressed in the EU, in 2010 and 2021

The figure shows how many times the planetary boundaries are transgressed for each of the impact categories of the EU consumption footprint.

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EU consumption footprint, in a single indexed score (2010=100), broken down into the most significant contributing impact categories of the Environmental Footprint (EF) method, from 2010 to 2021

The figure shows the weighted impacts from the entire EU consumption over time, indexed to 2010. The EU consumption footprint is shown as a single indexed score (2010=100) and is broken down according to the impact categories of the Environmental Footprint (EF) method that make the most significant contribution to the consumption footprint - ‘climate change’, ‘resource use, fossil’ and ‘particulate matter’ - and other EF impact categories.

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Level of consumption footprint (points per capita) for EU countries in 2021 compared to 2010

The figure shows the consumption footprint of EU member states in 2010 and 2021 in points per capita.

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Percentage emission reductions of main air pollutants in 2021 compared with 2005 levels

The figure shows the difference in emissions of the main air pollutants in 2021 compared to 2005 levels.

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Emission reduction of the main air pollutants by Member State from 2005 to 2021

The figure shows the actual reduction of the main air polluants by Member States from 2005 to 2021 in percentage.

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Persistent organic pollutant emissions in the EU-27 Member States, by country, 2005-2021

The figure shows the difference in emissions of Persistent Organic air Pollutants (POPs) of individual Member States in 2021 compared to 2005 levels

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Emissions of persistent organic air pollutants in the 27 EU Member States, 2005-2021

The figure shows the difference in emissions of Persistent Organic air Pollutants (POPs) between 2005 and 2021.

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Percentage emission reductions in 2021 of primary heavy metals compared with 2005 levels

The figure shows the difference in emissions of the heavy metals between 2005 and 2021.

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Percentage emission reductions of primary heavy metals of EU Member States in 2021 compared with 2005 levels

The figure shows the difference in emissions of heavy metals of individual member States in 2021 compared to 2005 levels.

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