Air emissions accounts Decomposition of Switzerland's fossil CO2 emissions

Decomposition of Switzerland's fossil CO2 emissions

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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.

Language EN
Other languages FR , IT , DE
Type Publication
Published on 29.10.2015
Published by Federal Statistical Office
Theme Territory and environment
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FSO number 1486-1300
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Survey, statistics Environmental balance - Air emissions
Associated documents Air emissions accounts 2013



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