Urban green areas
In 2011 urban green areas were as an average 2.7% of the territory of provincial capitals
Reference period: Year 2011
Date of publication: Friday, 3 May 2013
Theme: Environment and energy
Document typology: Press release
Tags: environment, methane, protected areas, provinces, statistics focus, town
Urban environmental indicators
In 2010 the percentage of recycled waste, out of the total of urban waste, was of 31.7%, up by 1.4% from the previous year
Reference period: Year 2010
Date of publication: Tuesday, 26 July 2011
Theme: Environment and energy
Document typology: Press release
Tags: air monitoring stations, cars, emissions, energy, environment, environmental indicators, exhaust emissions, health, heating, motorisation, ozone, pollution, provinces, separate waste collection, statistics report, town, waste, waste water
Codes of Italian municipalities
Istat carries out periodic verifications with Regional Administrations during the year to record all of the territorial and administrative changes which take place throughout the country
Reference period: On June 30th 2010
Date of publication: Thursday, 24 June 2010
Document typology: Classification
Tags: municipalities, provinces, regions, territory
Final balance sheets of provincial governments
In 2008 total tax assessments as a net of clearing accounts reflects a slight increase over the previous financial year (+0.2 percent)
Reference period: Year 2008
Date of publication: Thursday, 17 June 2010
Theme: National accounts, Public Administrations
Document typology: Press release
Tags: accounts, budget, local government, provinces, public finance, statistics report
Employment and value added in the Italian provin
In 2007, the domestic value added at current prices grew by 4.3%, and trends among territorial macro-areas were quite different
Reference period: Year 2007
Date of publication: Thursday, 14 January 2010
Theme: Labour
Document typology: Press release
Tags: employed, labour market, provinces, statistics report, value added
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