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About CREEA

CREEA is a FP7 project on compiling and refining environmental and economic accounts. The project runs from April 2011 to March 2014.

Goal

The main goal of CREEA is to refine and elaborate economic and environmental accounting principles as discussed in the London Group and consolidated in the future SEEA 2012, to test them in practical data gathering, to troubleshoot and refine approaches, and show added value of having such harmonized data available via case studies.

Approach

The work will be done in priority areas mentioned in the call, i.e. waste and resources, water, forest and climate change / Kyoto accounting. In this, the project will include work and experiences from major previous projects focused on developing harmonized data sets for integrated economic and environmental accounting (most notably EXIOPOL, FORWAST and a series of Eurostat projects in Environment Accounting).

Most data gathered in CREEA will be consolidated in the form of Environmentally Extended Supply and Use tables (EE SUT) and update and expand the EXIOPOL database. In this way, CREEA will produce a global Multi-Regional EE SUT with a unique detail of 130 sectors and products, 30 emissions, 80 resources, and 43 countries plus a rest of world. A unique contribution of CREEA is that also SUT in physical terms will be created.

General information

Project number: 265134
Starting date: 1/4/2011
Duration: 36 Months
Call part identifier: FP7-ENV-2010
Activity code: ENV.2010.4.2.2-1: Development of integrated economic and environmental accounts

Read more about the Structure of the project.

Contact

For more information contact the co-ordinator at:

Prof. Dr. Arnold Tukker
TNO
PO Box 49
2600 JA  Delft
The Netherlands

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+ 31 88866 8310 (work)
+ 31 6 51980344 (mobile)
+ 31 88866 0757

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This project is funded by the European Commission.