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11i4 -- Material requirements by materialgroup, 1970-2020

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Economy-wide material flow accounts, millions tonnes:
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Economy-wide material flow accounts, Statistics Finland
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Economy-wide material flow accounts describe in units of mass (tonnes) the volume of materials extracted, transferred or transformed from nature. The economy-wide material flow accounts form part of environmental accounts. The European Union's regulation concerning environmental accounts (No. 691/2011) obliges the Member States to compile an annual report on their economy-wide material flow accounts; for the first time in 2013 and starting from statistical reference year 2008. In the UN's System of Environmental-Economic Accounts (SEEA) the accounts form part of the description of physical flows in the national economy.

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Economy-wide material flow accounts, millions tonnes

Economy-wide material flow accounts, millions tonnes