Indicators - Industry and Energy

Keyspan lungs, NYC, US by Diego Cupolo

Trends in industrial water use

                 Other resources:

                Industrial water use, Global

                 Industrial water use, Europe

                Industrial water use, North America

                 Industrial water use, South America

                 Industrial water use, Africa

                 Industrial water use, Asia

                 Industrial water use, Australia and Oceania

                 Trends in industrial water use by region, 1950-2000 [WWDR2, Figure 8.1]

Water use by major sector

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                Figure of Water use by major sector

                Table of Water use by major sector

                Water use by industry vs. domestic use and agriculture, 2002 [WWDR2, Figure 8.3]

                Table of water resources and withdrawals, 2000 [WWDR3, Table 7.1]

                Figure of the sources of water use globally and for major sectors, 2000 [WWDR3, Figure 7.1]

    Organic pollution emissions (biochemical oxygen demand) by industrial sector

                      Other resources:

                      Table of Organic pollution emission [UNIDO, 2011]

                      Figure of the industry shares of biological oxygen demand (BOD), by industrial sector and in selected countries, 2002 [WWDR2, Figure 8.4]

                      Organic Pollution Emissions by Industrial Sectors (% of total emissions), 2002

    Trends in ISO 14001 certification

                    Other resources:

                    Table of Trends in ISO 14001 certification [ISO, 2011]

                    Table of the trends in ISO 14001 certification regionally and globally, 1997–2002 [WWDR2, Table 8.2]

                     Figure of the number of companies with a certified system of environmental management by country in 2006 [WWDR3, Figure 8.7]

    Electricity generation by energy source

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                      Figure of Electricity generation by energy source [IEA, 2011]

                      Global generation of electricity by source, 1971–2001 [WWDR2, figure 9.1]

                      Renewable energy sources are expected to meet only a small part of total energy demand to 2030 [WWDR3, Figure 7.11]

    Total primary energy supply by source

                     Other resources:

                     Figure of the Total primary energy supply by source [IEA, 2011]

                     Figure of the total primary energy supply by source, 2002 [WWDR2, Figure 9.2]

                     Figure of the total primary energy supply by source, updated, 2006

    Carbon intensity of electricity generation

                     Other resources:

                     Table of Carbon intensity of electricity production

                     Table of carbon intensity of electricity production in 2002 [WWDR2, Table 9.4]

    Volume of desalinated water produced

                   Other resources:

                   Figure of Volume of desalinated water produced [GIWI Desa1Data/IDA, 2011]

                   Volume of desalinated water produced, selected countries, 2002 [WWDR2, Table 9.1]

                   The untapped potential of marginal-quality water [WWDR3, Box 9.5]

    Access to electricity

                    Other resources:

                    Table of Access to electricity [IEA, 2010]

                    Table of access to electricity and water in 2000 [WWDR2, Table 9.5]

                    Table of access to electricity (2000) and water for domestic use (2004)

    Capability for hydropower generation

                    Other resources:

                    Table of Capability for hydropower generation

                    Table of hydropower capability at the end of 2002 [WWDR2, Table 9.6]

                    Table of hydropower capability, updated, 2007

                    Map of the world potential and current hydropower production, 2004 [WWDR3, Map 7.6]

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