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Between 2000 and 2013, fossil CO2 emissions from the Swiss economy fell by 4% whereas household emissions increased by 1%. Without improvements in energy efficiency, in 2013 the Swiss economy would have generated 11% more fossil CO2 than in 2000. Meanwhile, households would have generated 19% more fossil CO2 to heat their dwellings and 26% more for mobility. Calculated for the first time by the Federal Statistical Office (FSO), these estimates are the result of factor decomposition analyses applied to environmental accounts.
|Other languages||FR , IT , DE|
|Published by||Federal Statistical Office|
|Theme||Territory and environment|
|Bibliographical references||BiBTeX / RIS|
|Survey, statistics||Environmental balance - Air emissions|
|Associated documents||Air emissions accounts 2013|