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The main objectives of the Task Force are to refine the initial set of indicators, to further develop and identify methodologies, to develop a set of operational and contextual indicators and to draft guidelines for the implementation of the indicator set. (...) Furthermore, the Task Force will develop a set of operational and contextual indicators to accompany the recommended set of core indicators. 7. (...) This includes a review of the organisation of the indicators according to areas and sub-areas, and improvements of the methodological sheets; ECE/CES/BUR/2014/OCT/6 page 3 (d) Identify newly available methodologies for tier III indicators (e.g. from the work on SDG indicators and Sendai Framework), and revise methodologies for tier I and tier II indicators if necessary; (e) Propose a set of contextual and operational indicators accompanying the set of core indicators; (f) Consult with different users and producers of the set of core indicators (e.g. via Expert Forum on Climate Change-related Statistics) and assess the usefulness of the refined set of core indicators; (g) Develop guidelines for implementation of the set of core indicators, including suggestions for the use of operational and contextual indicators; (h) Contribute, as far as possible, to the development of a global set of climate change statistics and indicators. 11.
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Score: 477739.84 - https://unece.org/DAM/stats/do...climate_indicators_ToR_apr.pdf
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Many countries take the CSD indicators (CSD-ISD) as a starting point for their national indicators. (...) However, indicators based on perceptions are otherwise not used in the CSD indicator set. (...) Such indicator would also increase coherence with the MDG indicators. 5.
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Score: 477709.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...tors/egmOct06/bgroundPaper.pdf
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Score: 477680.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../itu-t/h/h450.7/1999/list.html
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Results will be presented based on data availability from custodian agency and UN SDG Global Database. 2 Proportion of adults (15 years and older) with an account at a bank or other financial institution or with a mobile-money-service provider, disaggregated by sex, in LDCs 24% (in 2014)[footnoteRef:2] [2: Sex-disaggregation for LDCs on SDG indicator 8.10.2 not available in the UN SDG Global Database as of November 2017. ] Direction of travel: Increase Direction of travel: Increase Common indicators : N/A Corresponding SDG target : 8.10 Strengthen the capacity of domestic financial institutions to encourage and expand access to banking, insurance and financial services for all (SDG indicator 8.10.2) Data source: UN SDG Global Database (Indicator custodian: World Bank) Approach to the indicator : The indicator will aggregate the available data for the LDCs. (...) Related UNCDF IRRM 2014-2017 indicator: Combined Outcome indicator 2.b and Output indicator 2.1.1 Data source: FSPs survey; Project reports Approach to the indicator (incremental): Scaled products indicate products continuing beyond the piloting stage and involves increasing the geographic outreach, target client outreach and/or increasing the institutional scale of the product compared to the pilot stage. (...) Related UNCDF IRRM 2014-2017 indicator: New Data source: Practices and Partnership, Policy and Communication unit (qualitative & descriptive indicator) IE5.4 Percentage of annual expenditure accounted for and reported on IATI dashboard 96% 100% 100% 100% 100% Related UNCDF IRRM 2014-2017 indicator: New Data source: HQ (via IATI dashboard) 2
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Score: 477678 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ession/dp2018-5_Annex%201.docx
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Microsoft Word - NSDS-indicators_csd18Belgium.doc Part III: Annexed draft profile on national sustainable development  strategies; indicators for sustainable development  2. Information on indicators for sustainable development  2.1. Federal indicators  Name of indicator set: Belgium does not have yet, as such, a set of officially endorsed Indicators for  Sustainable Development (ISD).  (...) On this basis the fifth federal report will not only publish (in October 2009) the indicators set of 88  indicators, but also analyse strengths and weaknesses of five synthetic (composite and aggregated)  indicators as well as connections between ISD and long term. 
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Score: 477565.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...um/indicators_csd18Belgium.pdf
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Slide 1 National workshop: Generating climate change and disasters indicators for policy decision-making in Saint Kitts and Nevis 22, 23 and 24 June 2022 How to develop a methodological sheet & examples Alda Díaz, Associate Statistician Officer Statistics Division / Climate change and environment statistics unit Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) 2 You can have a look at the Methodological Sheet you received by email • Name of the indicator – Give the indicator a name that is as clear, concise and user-friendly (“Energy Intensity of Production”) and that defines exactly what the indicator shows. – The indicator units of measure should NOT be included in this field. 3 • Short description of the indicator – Provide a short description of what the indicator shows, especially if it has a scientific or technical name, using clear and simple language that gives the user guidance regarding the indicator in question. 4 • Definition of variables that make up the indicator – Specify each of the variables that make up the indicator. (...) On the other hand, this indicator does not allow to size the burned area or to specify the topology of burned vegetation. 8 • Relevance of the Indicator – The importance of the proposed indicator in the assessment on the environment (state, pressures, etc.) or on sustainability must be specified. (...) In this way, mistakes are avoided regarding the unit of measurement in which the indicator will be expressed. 10 • Graphic or representation, with trend phrase – Prepare a representation, ideally graphical, of the indicator.
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Score: 477560.74 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...methodological-sheet-eclac.pdf
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Slide 1 National online workshop: Generating climate change and disasters indicators for policy decision-making in Antigua and Barbuda 03, 06 and 07 Dec 2021 How to develop a methodological sheet & examples Cristina(Kika) Klimsza- Consultant Statistics Division / Climate change and environment statistics unit Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) 2 You can have a look at the Methodological Sheet you received by email • Name of the indicator – Give the indicator a name that is as clear, concise and user-friendly (“Energy Intensity of Production”) and that defines exactly what the indicator shows. – The indicator units of measure should NOT be included in this field. 3 • Short description of the indicator – Provide a short description of what the indicator shows, especially if it has a scientific or technical name, using clear and simple language that gives the user guidance regarding the indicator in question. 4 • Definition of variables that make up the indicator – Specify each of the variables that make up the indicator. (...) On the other hand, this indicator does not allow to size the burned area or to specify the topology of burned vegetation. 8 • Relevance of the Indicator – The importance of the proposed indicator in the assessment on the environment (state, pressures, etc.) or on sustainability must be specified. (...) In this way, mistakes are avoided regarding the unit of measurement in which the indicator will be expressed. 10 • Graphic or representation, with trend phrase – Prepare a representation, ideally graphical, of the indicator.
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Score: 477560.74 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...gical-sheet-examples-eclac.pdf
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Slide 1 National workshop: Generating climate change and disasters indicators for policy decision-making in Saint Vincent and The Grenadines 27, 28 and 29 June 2022 How to develop a methodological sheet & examples Alda Díaz, Associate Statistician Officer Statistics Division / Climate change and environment statistics unit Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) 2 You can have a look at the Methodological Sheet you received by email • Name of the indicator – Give the indicator a name that is as clear, concise and user-friendly (“Energy Intensity of Production”) and that defines exactly what the indicator shows. – The indicator units of measure should NOT be included in this field. 3 • Short description of the indicator – Provide a short description of what the indicator shows, especially if it has a scientific or technical name, using clear and simple language that gives the user guidance regarding the indicator in question. 4 • Definition of variables that make up the indicator – Specify each of the variables that make up the indicator. (...) On the other hand, this indicator does not allow to size the burned area or to specify the topology of burned vegetation. 8 • Relevance of the Indicator – The importance of the proposed indicator in the assessment on the environment (state, pressures, etc.) or on sustainability must be specified. (...) In this way, mistakes are avoided regarding the unit of measurement in which the indicator will be expressed. 10 • Graphic or representation, with trend phrase – Prepare a representation, ideally graphical, of the indicator.
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Score: 477560.74 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...methodological-sheet-eclac.pdf
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Indicators Indicators are measures that summarise complex data into simple, standardised and communicable figures. (...) Choice of indicators Indicators need to be relevant (at all levels) and scientifically sound. (...) Number of indicators The number of indicators is a contested issue.
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Score: 477401.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...wnloadable_files/postpn312.pdf
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Set of core climate change-related indicators and statistics Methodology 1. Identification of most relevant policy questions (140) and related indicators (205) 2. (...) Set of core climate change-related indicators and statistics Summary of results: • A set of 39 indicators with definitions and sources • A well aligned set of indicators: – Over 50% can be produced from SEEA – 75% are linked with the Framework for Development of Environment Statistics – 25% are SDG indicators – 10% are Sendai indicators • Covers the scope of climate change-related statistics: – Drivers: 8 indicators – Emissions: 7 indicators – Impacts: 13 indicators – Mitigation: 6 indicators – Adaptation: 5 indicators • The set has been sent out for electronic consultation, to be sent for endorsement in June 2017 The UN Statistical Commission 2016 requested UNSD to review and consider the work of the UNECE Task Force as a basis for developing a global set of climate change statistics and indicators Set of core climate change-related indicators and statistics Follow-up work Pilot testing, to • Assess the usefulness of the chosen indicators, and carry out further refinements where necessary; • Revise and complete the proposed calculation methods; • Explore available data sources; • Identify capacity building needs. Further work on indicators • Identification of appropriate indicators for certain sub-areas of “mitigation” and “adaptation”; • Revision of the set of proposed adaptation indicators (as soon as better adaptation indicators are available); • Identification of operational and contextual indicators; • Identification of appropriate methodologies for tier III indicators; • If necessary, minor revisions of the presentation of the set of indicators according to areas and sub-areas.
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Score: 477282.37 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...nece_cc_related_statistics.pdf
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