Just how green are we?
Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:14am
So, just how green are we? You can turn to Statistics Canada for answers.
Get the facts on Canada's environment and the economy
Statistics Canada invites you to visit our website pages dedicated to helping you navigate the complicated terrain of environmental information. Use it to support your research, inform your decisions or just get a better idea of Canada's "green" temperature. The information is reliable and free of charge.
EnviroStats is a quarterly bulletin on the latest Canadian indicators and short articles that link Canada's economic activities to the environment. These are just some of the important topics covered in EnviroStats.
* Are Canada's glaciers melting?
* How much greenhouse gas emissions are households responsible for?
* What are the barriers that prevent households from using public transit?
* How do households deal with special wastes?
Human Activity and the Environment is an annual publication that collects statistics from many sources for an in depth statistical portrait of Canada's environment. In 2010, Human Activity and the Environment focused on freshwater supply and demand in Canada.
* Is our supply of freshwater decreasing?
* What is our freshwater used for?
Statistics Canada's environment portal offers a full range of environmental information. You will find our product catalogue and data tables as well as recent survey reports on topics such as households and the environment, waste management, environmental protection expenditures, drinking water plants and agricultural water use. Information is also available on water supply and demand, land use, energy flows, greenhouse gas emissions and natural resources.
We welcome your questions, comments and requests for more information. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the coordinates below.
Environment Accounts and Statistics Division
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