Environmental Accounts

Philippines’ Class A Coal, Oil, Natural Gas and Condensate Reserves Valued at PhP 241.99 Billion in 2021

The Energy Accounts of the Philippines aims to provide information on the volume and value of coal, oil, natural gas, and condensate. The compilation adheres to the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting 2012 Central Framework (SEEA-CF) as well as the SEEA-Energy, a subsystem of the SEEA-CF that describes in detail how information on energy stocks and flows should be organized.

Compendium of Philippine Environment Statistics: Component 4

In 2021, biological disasters posted the highest number of deaths at 57,544 or 99.1 percent of the 58,082 total number of deaths due to natural extreme events and disasters. Most of the deaths recorded were due to the Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) with 57,517 deaths. In 2020, the recorded deaths due to Covid-19 was 13,421. Meanwhile, in 2013, the highest number of deaths was due to meteorological disasters. Typhoon Yolanda hit the country in November 2013, resulting to 6,300 deaths.

Country’s Water Use Efficiency Increased from 2020 to 2021

The country’s water use efficiency (WUE), or the value added per volume of water used, increased from PhP 192.25 per cubic meter of water used in 2020 to PhP 200.06 per cubic meter in 2021. The services sector consistently had the largest WUE, followed by the industry and agriculture sectors from 2010 to 2021. It is notable that for the same period, the services sector contributed more than 63.5 percent to the total gross value added but only shared 10.3 percent to the water used.

Compendium of Philippine Environment Statistics: Component 6

The Compendium of Philippine Environment Statistics (CPES) is a compilation of statistical information collected from various government agencies. It is an adoption of the Framework for the Development of Environment Statistics (FDES) 2013 which was developed by the United Nations. CPES component 6 centers on the country’s environmental protection and management. Specifically, this component consists of information on expenditures, regulations, and other activities such as international agreements focusing on the protection of the environment and management of resources.1 At present, 18 statistics were compiled out of the 50 identified indicators, an improvement from three (3) statistics in the last compilation.


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