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Slide 1 National workshop: Generating environment, climate change and disasters indicators for use in policy decision-making in Grenada 17 - 19 Oct 2022 How to develop a methodological sheet & examples Alda Díaz, Associate Statistician Officer Environment and climate change statistics unit / Statistics Division 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: 479060.45 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...-methodological-sheet-2022.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: 478861.33 - 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: 478764.7 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...nece_cc_related_statistics.pdf
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To express your interest, please contact UNESCO focal points Xianhong Hu and Karen Landa: internet.indicators@unesco.org   National assessment of the Internet Universality Indicators Assessing Internet development in Benin Assessing Internet development in Brazil Assessing Internet development in Germany   Assessing internet development in Benin: using UNESCO’s Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators/ UNESCO Series of Internet Universality Indicators National Assessments This publication is the second edition of the UNESCO Series of Internet Universality Indicators National assessments using Internet Universality Indicators, with Benin as the country of study. (...) Download : French - Full report / Executive Summary Table of contents : Foreword by ADG/CI Foreword by National authors Acknowledgments Table of contents List of Tables and Charts Abbreviations and Acronyms Executive Summary Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Contextual Indicators: Findings Chapter 3: Findings of core/full indicators of Rights, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 4: Findings of core/full indicators of Openness, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 5: Findings of core/full indicators of Access, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 6: Findings of core/full indicators of Multi-stakeholder, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 7: Findings of core/full cross cutting indicators, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 8: Conclusions and Policy Recommendations including overarching ones for all stakeholders and targeted ones for various stakeholders Annex 1: List of Multi-stakeholder Advisory Board Annex 2: List of Peer Reviewers Annex 3 : Proceedings of the Validation Workshop "Report on the study of the Internet Universality Indicators in Benin" Assessing internet development in Brazil: using UNESCO’s Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators/ UNESCO Series of Internet Universality Indicators National Assessments This publication is the first edition of the UNESCO Series of Internet Universality Indicators National assessments using Internet Universality Indicators, with Brazil as the country of study. (...) Download : English: Full Report - Summary Brochure ; Portuguese Table of contents : Foreword by ADG/CI Foreword by National authors Acknowledgments Table of contents List of Tables and Charts Abbreviations and Acronyms Executive Summary Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Contextual Indicators: Findings Chapter 3: Findings of core/full indicators of Rights, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 4: Findings of core/full indicators of Openness, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 5: Findings of core/full indicators of Access, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 6: Findings of core/full indicators of Multi-stakeholder, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 7: Findings of core/full cross cutting indicators, and policy recommendations for various stakeholders Chapter 8: Conclusions and Policy Recommendations including overarching ones for all stakeholders and targeted ones for various stakeholders Annex 1: List of Multi-stakeholder Advisory Board Annex 2: List of Peer Reviewers Assessing internet development in Kenya: using UNESCO’s Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators/ UNESCO Series of Internet Universality Indicators National Assessments This publication is the fourth edition of the UNESCO Series of Internet Universality Indicators National assessments using Internet Universality Indicators, with Kenya as the country of study.
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Score: 478735.3 - https://en.unesco.org/internet...ndicators/national-assessments
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It highlights the role of UN agencies in supporting data collection and analysis, and it presents the SDG indicators under FAO custodianship . Enroll Learn more SDG Indicator 2.1.1 - Prevalence of Undernourishment (PoU) This course focuses on SDG Indicator 2.1.1 , which is one of two indicators that focus on food insecurity. (...) Enroll  (also available in French and Spanish ) Learn more SDG Indicator 2.c.1 - Food price anomalies This course is a clear and easy-to-use guide to understand Indicator 2.c.1 (Indicator of food price anomalies) and the methodology to estimate it. (...) Enroll  (also available in French , Spanish and Russian ) Learn more SDG Indicator 5.a.1 - Equal tenure rights for women on agricultural land This course focuses on SDG Indicator 5.a.1 , which is one of two indicators that focus on women’s ownership and/or control over agricultural land.
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Score: 478731.84 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...als/news/e-learningcourses/ru/
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Presenter Presentation Notes In the SDGs, there are 93 SDG indicators which relate to the environmental dimension of development. These indicators are led by countries with national ownership and buy-in. (...) Approach - Introduce levels of monitoring - Proposing Headline indicators as mandatory for National Reports - Component and Complementary indicators for more detailed national or global monitoring - Goals versus Targets - Goals: State indicators, including biodiversity interactions with people - Targets: Action indicators, including policy and actions of people (like reducing pollution) - Balance aspiration and feasibility - Preference to existing indicators, but not at the expense of attempting to measuring what we treasure - Indicators which are already captured or can be captured in the FDES or the SEEA Presenter Presentation Notes The main aspects of monitoring in the draft framework include: Three levels of monitoring (more details on these will be on the next slide): Proposing Headline indicators as mandatory for National Reports Component indicators for detailed aspects of the framework Complementary indicators for more detailed national or global monitoring Goals versus Targets monitoring levels Goals: State indicators, including biodiversity interactions with people Targets: Action indicators, including policy and actions of people (like reducing pollution) A balance between aspiration and feasibility Preference to existing indicators, but not at the expense of attempting to measuring what we treasure Indicators which are already captured or can be captured in the FDES or the SEEA Monitoring levels - Group 1 - Headline indicators: A minimum set of high-level indicators which capture the overall scope of the goals and targets of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework which can be used for tracking national progress, as well as for tracking regional and global progress. - Group 2 - Component indicators: for monitoring each component of each goal and target of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework at the national level as well as for tracking regional and global progress. - Group 3 - Complementary indicators: for thematic or in-depth analysis of each goal and target and which are less relevant for a majority of countries, have significant methodological or data collection gaps, are highly specific and do not cover the scope of a Goal or Target component or can only be applied at the global and regional level.
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Score: 478724.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...Monitoring%20framework_ECE.pdf
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Most of the indicators collected are basic access indicators, such as presence of telephone, computer and Internet. (...) The need for internationally comparable indicators – proposal for a list of core indicators 10. (...) Some of these indicators are discussed below. The other characteristics and definitions were addressed in the discussion of the household and individual indicators and the business enterprise indicators.
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Score: 478696.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/wsis05/doc/conclusions.pdf
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Even in well-resourced countries, not all of the 232 indicators or even 82 tier I indicators are collected. (...) Many indicators only partially reflect the target or goals. (...) Thank you for your attention. i Goal 2: Hunger, food security, nutrition and sustainable agriculture (13 indicators) ¡ 2016: 3 outcome indicators (tier I); 2017 3 outcome ((tier I) and 2 policy indicators (tier III) ¡ No disaggregation Goal 5: Gender equality and empower all women and girls (14 indicators) ¡ 2016: 3 tier I outcome indicators and 1 tier II; 2017: 7 outcome indicators (tier I, II, III) ¡ No reporting on means of implementation (economic resources, technology, policy reforms) ¡ No disaggregation Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries (11 indicators) ¡ 2016:3 tier I outcome indicator. 2017: 3 tier I outcome indicators and 1 tier III indicator; ¡ No target and indicator on inequality among countries ¡ No indicator on income and wealth distribution within countries Goal 14: Oceans, seas and marine resources ¡ 2016 report on 2 tier I outcome indicators. 2017 report on 3 tier III and 2 tier I indicators ¡ Neglect of 7 policy related indicators ¡ Distorting indicator: instruments to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing ¡ Goal 17: Means of implementation and Global partnership (25 indicators) ¡ 2016: report on 9 tier I indicators. 2017: report on 10 tier I and 1 tier II indicator. ¡ Neglected issues - technology access, financial stability, policy space, policy coherence
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Score: 478663.8 - https://www.un.org/development...ent-ECOSOC-HLPF-10July2017.pdf
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In addition to these indicators, GSMA proposed the addition of two new indicators to the list for consideration. (...) One proposed priority indicator that is worthy of specific mention is the “Number of 5G subscriptions” proposed indicator. (...) Relationship with other indicators: This indicator is a component of Indicator 14 (Percentage of the population covered by a mobile-cellular network).
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Score: 478647.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...dicator_BackgroundDocument.pdf
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THE MALABO DECLARATION PERFORMANCE INDICATORS a) Description b) Comparison with SDG indicators c) Scope for alignment and interagency collaboration II. (...) THE MALABO DECLARATION PERFORMANCE INDICATORS  AU issued Declaration on Accelerated Agricultural Growth and Transformation in Malabo in June 2014.  To monitor progress, agreed to conduct a biennial Review Process that involves tracking, monitoring and reporting on implementation progress  43 Performance Indicators (later 47) defined, providing the basis for the first Biennial Review conducted in 2017. 4 Comparison between MALABO Declaration and SDG indicators Malabo performance indicator SDG indicator 2.1i – Government agriculture expenditure 2.a.1 Agricultural Orientation index (numerator Government Expenditures in Agriculture) 3.5iv Prevalence of Undernourished 2.1.1: Prevalence of undernourishment 3.5vii Reduction in the prevalence (%) of adult individuals (15 years or older) found to be food insecure 2.1.2: Prevalence of moderate or severe food insecurity in the population, based on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES) 3.1vi Proportion of adult agricultural population with ownership or secure land rights over agricultural land 5.a.1: Proportion of agricultural population with ownership or secure rights over agricultural land, by sex 3.3. (...) INTEGRATED REGIONAL INDICATORS FRAMEWORK OF AGENDA 2030 AND AGENDA 2063  To monitor the 2063 Agenda, the AUC initially adopted 124 indicators,  63 core indicators explicitly established for the First Ten Year Implementation Plan of Agenda 2063  a complementary list of 61 indicators added for the global SDG indicator framework.  In 2017, 14 more SDG indicators were added, pushing up the total to 138 indicators. 8 Comparison between SDG indicators and indicators of the integrated 2030/2063 Agenda  The criteria for selection of the 75 SDG indicators within the overall list of 138 indicators is not clear.  The availability of data and the Tier classification do not seem to be determining factors.  Nor does it seem that the priority areas for Agenda 2063 are a key factor, as many key SDG indicators that also relate to Agenda 2063 priority areas are excluded.  There is an issue of alignment between the integrated 2030/2063 agenda indicators and the Malabo Declaration indicators 9 Scope for alignment and interagency collaboration 10  FAO has engaged with all key regional partners to foster greater alignment, i.e.
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Score: 478624.27 - https://www.fao.org/3/ca6769en/ca6769en.pdf
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