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Parliamentary questions
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5 January 2020
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 138
Maria Grapini
 Subject: Using European environmental economic accounts to their full potential

European environmental economic accounts, which constitute an important source of information for the monitoring and evaluation of environmental policies

and provide a statistical framework that helps situate the relationship between the environment and the economy, should be used more effectively for decision-making purposes.

However European Court of Auditors has highlighted a number of problems that are preventing them from being used to the full.

It points out that a number of their strategic framework objectives have remained unchanged for over ten years, while no detailed action plan has been drawn up for the attainment of interim targets and no budget estimates provided for the achievement of sustainable development goals.

In view of this, what measures will the Commission take to improve European environmental economic accounts so as to maximise their impact and facilitate prompt and effective action?


Original language of question: RO
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