|Name of the case||Country||Brief description||Results||Difficulties||Further information|
|Using official statistics to calculate GHG||Bosnia Herzegovina||NSO was not directly involved in climate-change agreements and implementation in the country; working with partners to establish GHG statistics||Publication of regular statistical releases “Greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and waste sector”||- lack of understanding the importance and necessity of establishing environmental economic accounts in key institutions|
- lack of inter-institutional cooperation
- the absence of a functioning network data management
Increase the analytical usefulness of inventories with statistics
|Canada||Statistics Canada recasts official Canadian GHG emissions data into GHG emissions accounts to provide users with a tool better suited to economic analysis.||The office explains the differences between the inventory concepts and the SEEA-CF concepts so there is no confusion among users.|
- There are large conceptual differences between the inventories and official statistics. They need to be clearly explained to users.
|Improving statistics for inventories with targeted measures||China||The National Bureau of Statistics of China has a work plan to strengthen its statistics to better measure climate change and especially greenhouse gas emissions||The work plan provides a useful example of planning work that involves many agencies||- unclear responsibilities between agencies may prevent progress, which is why this work plan was prepared in wide collaboration||Word|