Indicator 12.4.1 (d)

Indicator 12.4.1 (d)

Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals, percent

The indicator refers to the number of parties (=countries that have ratified, accepted, approved or accessed), to the following Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals

INDICATOR 12.4.1 (d)
Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals. The indicator refers to the number of parties (=countries that have ratified, accepted, approved or accessed), to the following Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals
TARGET 12.4
By 2020, achieve the environmentally sound management of chemicals and all wastes throughout their life cycle, in accordance with agreed international frameworks, and significantly reduce their release to air, water and soil in order to minimize their adverse impacts on human health and the environment.
GOAL 12
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
See United Nations Global SDG Database

Indicator 12.4.1 (d)

Indicator 12.4.1 (d)

Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals, percent

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INDICATOR 12.4.1 (d)
Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals. The indicator refers to the number of parties (=countries that have ratified, accepted, approved or accessed), to the following Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals
TARGET 12.4
By 2020, achieve the environmentally sound management of chemicals and all wastes throughout their life cycle, in accordance with agreed international frameworks, and significantly reduce their release to air, water and soil in order to minimize their adverse impacts on human health and the environment.
GOAL 12
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
See United Nations Global SDG Database

Indicator 12.4.1 (d)

Indicator 12.4.1 (d)

Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals, percent

INDICATOR 12.4.1 (d)
Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals. The indicator refers to the number of parties (=countries that have ratified, accepted, approved or accessed), to the following Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals
TARGET 12.4
By 2020, achieve the environmentally sound management of chemicals and all wastes throughout their life cycle, in accordance with agreed international frameworks, and significantly reduce their release to air, water and soil in order to minimize their adverse impacts on human health and the environment.
GOAL 12
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
See United Nations Global SDG Database

Indicator 12.4.1 (d)

Indicator 12.4.1 (d)

Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals, percent

Country 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Albania 50.0 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Armenia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Austria 100.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Azerbaijan 50.0 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Belarus 66.7 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Belgium 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Bosnia and Herzegovina 33.3 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Bulgaria 100.0 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Canada 83.3 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Croatia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Cyprus 100.0 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Czechia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Denmark 83.3 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Estonia 83.3 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Finland 100.0 .. .. .. .. 62.5
France 100.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Georgia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Germany 100.0 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Greece 0.0 .. .. .. .. 0.0
Hungary 33.3 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Iceland 50.0 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Ireland 83.3 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Israel 66.7 .. .. .. .. ..
Italy 66.7 .. .. .. .. ..
Kazakhstan 50.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Kyrgyzstan 50.0 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Latvia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Liechtenstein 50.0 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Lithuania 66.7 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Luxembourg 33.3 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Malta 33.3 .. .. .. .. 0.0
Monaco 66.7 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Montenegro 50.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Netherlands 83.3 .. .. .. .. 50.0
North Macedonia 50.0 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Norway 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Poland 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Portugal 50.0 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Republic of Moldova 50.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Romania 100.0 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Russian Federation 66.7 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Serbia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Slovakia 83.3 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Slovenia 100.0 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Spain 100.0 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Sweden 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Switzerland 100.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Tajikistan 50.0 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Turkey 50.0 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Ukraine 66.7 .. .. .. .. 37.5
United Kingdom 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
United States 66.7 .. .. .. .. ..
Uzbekistan .. .. .. .. .. 0.0
Country 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Albania 50.0 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Armenia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Austria 100.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Azerbaijan 50.0 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Belarus 66.7 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Belgium 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Bosnia and Herzegovina 33.3 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Bulgaria 100.0 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Canada 83.3 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Croatia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Cyprus 100.0 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Czechia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Denmark 83.3 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Estonia 83.3 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Finland 100.0 .. .. .. .. 62.5
France 100.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Georgia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Germany 100.0 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Greece 0.0 .. .. .. .. 0.0
Hungary 33.3 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Iceland 50.0 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Ireland 83.3 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Israel 66.7 .. .. .. .. ..
Italy 66.7 .. .. .. .. ..
Kazakhstan 50.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Kyrgyzstan 50.0 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Latvia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Liechtenstein 50.0 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Lithuania 66.7 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Luxembourg 33.3 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Malta 33.3 .. .. .. .. 0.0
Monaco 66.7 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Montenegro 50.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Netherlands 83.3 .. .. .. .. 50.0
North Macedonia 50.0 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Norway 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Poland 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Portugal 50.0 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Republic of Moldova 50.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Romania 100.0 .. .. .. .. 62.5
Russian Federation 66.7 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Serbia 66.7 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Slovakia 83.3 .. .. .. .. 25.0
Slovenia 100.0 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Spain 100.0 .. .. .. .. 100.0
Sweden 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
Switzerland 100.0 .. .. .. .. 50.0
Tajikistan 50.0 .. .. .. .. 37.5
Turkey 50.0 .. .. .. .. 75.0
Ukraine 66.7 .. .. .. .. 37.5
United Kingdom 100.0 .. .. .. .. 87.5
United States 66.7 .. .. .. .. ..
Uzbekistan .. .. .. .. .. 0.0
INDICATOR 12.4.1 (d)
Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals. The indicator refers to the number of parties (=countries that have ratified, accepted, approved or accessed), to the following Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): Compliance with the Stockholm Convention on hazardous waste and other chemicals
TARGET 12.4
By 2020, achieve the environmentally sound management of chemicals and all wastes throughout their life cycle, in accordance with agreed international frameworks, and significantly reduce their release to air, water and soil in order to minimize their adverse impacts on human health and the environment.
GOAL 12
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
See United Nations Global SDG Database

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