Environmental Accounts

Environmental economic accounts (EEA) are a multi-dimensional data system that describes the environmental sector situation in Albania and their economy. They are considered as satellite system of the National Accounts, presenting physical and economic information related to the environment, in industry, public sector and households. Economic accounts are divided in two main areas: Physical Environmental Accounts and Environmental Monetary Accounts.

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Environmental economic accounts data are important for understanding the situation of the Environment sector in Albania and their economy. These data can be used to analyze and evaluate different economic instruments related to the environment. The strategic objective is the production of the Environmental Economic Accounts (EEA) indicators in accordance with international standards. EEA are divided into two main areas: Physical Environmental Accounts; Environmental Monetary Accounts.

 

Legal basis

  • Law no. 9180, dated 5.2.2004 "On official statistics", as amended;
  • Decision of the Assembly of Albania no. 10/2017, dated 9.2.2017 "On the approval of the Official Statistics Program 2017-2021";

 

The main variables of the Economic Accounts in the Environment are:

  • Monetary Environmental Accounts:
  1. Environmental protection expenditure
  2. Environmental Taxes
  3. Environmental goods and services sector
  • Physical Environmental Accounts:
  1. Air and water emissions Accounts
  2. Physical Energy flow Accounts in the Environment
  3. Material Flow Accounts

Administrative resources

The source of information is the administrative data collected by:

  • Ministry of Tourism and Environment
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Ministry of Finance, Economy and Labor
  • National Environmental Agency
  • Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy
  • National Natural Resources Agency.

 

Statistical sources

  • Annual Agriculture Survey
  • Solid Urban Waste Survey