Indicator database

Searching and filters can be used either alone or in combination. To search the library, enter any keywords and hit enter. You can narrow down the results using the filters to the right. The numbers in parentheses indicate the number of results with the respective filter tags.

The search found 2264 results in 0.032 seconds.

Search results

    Biological quality of lakes

    This indicator represents the Cyanobacteria percentage of total phytoplankton biomass. This is an indicator of eutrophication.

    Capacity of infrastructure networks (new version is available! Capacity of infrastructure networks (TERM 018) - Assessment published Sep 2010)

    Car ownership — outlook from WBCSD

    Change in species diversity as a result of climate change — outlook from EEA

    The objective of this indicator is to produce a high-level generic indicator that will show the state and trends of biodiversity in Europe.
    (source: EEA,

    (This content has been archived on 11 Nov 2013, reason: Content not regularly updated )

    Chlorophyll in transitional, coastal and marine waters

    Coastal areas CLIM

    Combined heat and power

    Critical load exceedance for nitrogen

    Exceedance of critical loads for nitrogen deposition indicating risks for biodiversity loss in (semi)-natural ecosystems.
    (Source: EEA,, 6-2-2015)

    Water-limited crop productivity

    The indicator shows
    - a projection of changes in effective solar radiation
    - a projection of changes in water-limited crop yield
    - a projection of hange in water-limited wheat production

    Designated areas

    Damages from weather and climate-related events

    Number of natural disasters
    Overall and insured losses from natural disasters
    (source: EEA,, 11-2-2015)

    Discharge of oil from refineries and offshore installations

    Distribution of animal species

    Distribution of plant species

    Expected average percentage of stable area of 856 plant species for two different climate scenarios.
    Retrieved from:
    on 10/02/2015

    Ecological Footprint

    The Ecological Footprint represents the productive area required to provide the renewable resources humanity is using, as well the area required to absorb the waste emitted.

    Ecosystem coverage

    Electricity production by fuel

    Emission intensity of public conventional thermal power electricity and heat production

    Emission of acidifying substances

    Emissions from public electricity and heat production