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November 2016 News

Scottish Environment Statistics Online Data Updates (http://www.gov.scot/seso/)

SESO is an online data dissemination tool, which accompanies Key Scottish Environment Statistics and is an official statistics publication.

Datasets updated with new data since 1st September 2016 are;

 

Household Waste – Summary data 2015 (published 20 September 2016)

Household Waste summary data is an Official Statistics publication produced annually by SEPA. This publication shows the calendar year summary of household waste data generated and managed by or on behalf of Local Authorities in Scotland.
(http://www.sepa.org.uk/environment/waste/waste-data/waste-data-reporting/household-waste-data/)

Scottish Household Survey 2015 – Environment chapter (published 27 September 2016)

The Scottish Household Survey (SHS) is a National Statistics publication that includes chapters on a number of topics, including the environment. The chapter includes information on attitudes to climate change, food waste and recycling behaviours, visits to the outdoors, greenspace and participation in land use decisions.
(http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2016/09/7673/12)  

Key Scottish Environment Statistics 2016 (published 25 October 2016)

Key Scottish Environment Statistics (KSES) is a National Statistics publication covering many aspects of the environment and may be used to provide an overview of how the environment in Scotland is changing. It covers key datasets on the state of the environment in Scotland, with an emphasis on the trends over time wherever possible.
(http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/09/4066)  

Index of abundance for Scottish terrestrial breeding birds (published 17 November 2016)

The index of abundance for Scottish terrestrial breeding birds is an Official Statistics publication produced annually by Scottish Natural Heritage. This publication informs the National Indicator: Increase the abundance of terrestrial breeding birds: biodiversity.
(http://www.snh.gov.uk/publications-data-and-research/official-statistics/official-stats/terrestrial-breeding-birds/)