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    Venture capital - early stage investment

    Venture capital investment is defined as private equity raised for investment in companies; management buyouts, management buyins and venture purchase of quoted shares are excluded. Data are broken down into two investment stages: Early stage (seed + start-up) and expansion and replacement (expansion and replacement capital). Present data shows early stage investment and presented as percentage on GDP.
    (Source: http://database.eco-innovation.eu/indicators/view/26/1)

    Eco-Innovation Activities

    Eco-innovation activities are one of five areas in the Eco-Innovation Scoreboard. The index for this area is calculated based on three indicators: Implementation of innovation activities to reduce material inputs per unit of output in companies, implementation of innovation activities to reduce energy inputs per unit of output in companies and firms with environmental management (ISO 14001) systems.

    Firms having implemented innovation activities aiming at a reduction of material input per unit output

    Number of firms, implementing innovations with environmental benefits

    Firms having implemented innovation activities aiming at a reduction of energy input per unit output (% of total firms)

    Number of firms, implementing innovations with environmental benefits

    ISO 14001 registered organisations (per mln population)

    This indicator provides an overview of ISO 14001 certified companies in European countries. The ISO 14000 environmental management standards exist to help organizations minimize how their operations (processes etc.) negatively affect the environment (i.e. cause adverse changes to air, water, or land), comply with applicable laws, regulations, and other environmentally oriented requirements, and continually improve in the above

    Eco-Innovation Outputs

    Eco-innovation outputs are one of five areas in the Eco-Innovation Scoreboard. The index for this area is calculated based on three indicators: government investments in environmental and energy R&D, green early stage investments and total R&D personnel
    (Spurce: http://database.eco-innovation.eu/indicators/view/269/1; Retrieved: 20/4/2015)

    Eco-Innovation related patents (per mln population)

    The indicator shows the number of the eco-innovation patents per million of population
    (Source: http://database.eco-innovation.eu/indicators/visualise/#view:indicator/i...
    Retrieved: 20/4/2015)

    Eco-innovation related academic publications (per mln population)

    The indicator shows the number of the eco-innovation related publications per million of population
    (Source: http://database.eco-innovation.eu/indicators/visualise/#view:indicator/i...
    Retrieved: 20/4/2015)

    Eco-innovation related media coverage (per numbers of electronic media)

    The indicator shows the number of the eco-innovation related media coverage per numbers of electronic media
    (Source: http://database.eco-innovation.eu/indicators/visualise/#view:indicator/i...
    Retrieved: 20/4/2015)

    Resource Efficiency outcomes

    The indicator comprises socio-economic outcomes, representing one of five thematic groupings in the Eco-Innovation Scoreboard. The index for this area is calculated based on four indicators: material productivity, water productivity, energy productivity and GHG emissions intensity

    Material productivity (GDP/Domestic Material Consumption)

    GHG emissions intensity (CO2e/GDP)

    "This indicators illustrates the amount of GHG emissions generated per unit of GDP. It is calculated as total GHG emissions (expressed in CO2 equivalents) divided by GDP (expressed in Purchasing Power Standards/PPS)."

    Socio-Economic outcomes

    The indicator comprises socio-economic outcomes, representing one of five thematic groupings in the Eco-Innovation Scoreboard. The index for this area is calculated based on three indicators: Exports of products from eco-industries (% of total exports), employment in eco-industries (% of total workforce) and turnover in eco-industries.

    Exports of products from eco-industries (% of total exports)

    The indicator captures the share of eco-industry exports in total export (in %). The subsectors that make up the eco-industry are: air pollution control, water pollution control, waste disposal, monitoring equipment, other environmental equipment, solar thermal, photovoltaics and hydropower.

    Global Innovation Index

    The Global Innovation Index 2014 (GII), in its 7th edition this year, is co-published by Cornell University, INSEAD, and the World Intellectual Property Organization(WIPO, an agency of the United Nations, UN).

    Innovation Union Scoreboard

    The Innovation Union Scoreboard is an instrument of the European Commission, developed under the Lisbon Strategy and revised after the adoption of the Europe2020 Strategy to provide a comparative assessment of the innovation performance of EU Member States.
    The measurement framework used in the Innovation Union Scoreboard distinguishes between 3 main types of indicators and 8 innovation dimensions, capturing in total 25 different indicators.

    Green Transition Scoreboard

    The scoreboard presents the amount of investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency, green construction, water management, green R&D and Cleantech - on the global level
    (Source: http://4a5qvh23tbek30e0mg42uq87.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploa... Retrieved: 21/4/2015)

    Global Cleantech Innovation index

    The Global Cleantech Innovation Index explores which countries currently have the greatest potential to produce entrepreneurial cleantech start-up companies that will commercialise clean technology innovations over the next 10 years
    (Source: http://www.cleantech.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Global_Cleantech_Inn... Retrieved: 21/4/2015)

    Governments environmental and energy R&D appropriations and outlays (% of GDP)

    Government Budget Appropriations or Outlays on Research and Development (GBAORD) data show how much governments spend on research and development, as a proportion of total gross domestic product (GDP). The data is available broken down by the socio-economic objectives of the research and development, and by the type of initiative which has received funding. Funded sectors include government establishments, business enterprise, private non-profit, higher education and international organisations. The data is also available in a range of national currency units.

    Total value of green early stage investments (USD/capita)

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