The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information electronic bilingual (Bulgarian/English) publication Environment 2021 that contains data from surveys of NSI in 2021 related to the environment in Bulgaria. There are also data on key indicators for the period 2017 – 2021.
The information is systematized in the following sections: • Еmissions in the air • Water • Underground reserves • Protected natural scenery • Мaterial flow accounts • Waste • Noise • Еnvironmental taxes • Expenditure on protection and restoration of the environment • Tangible fixed assets with ecological use • Enviromental goods and services.
The data are aggregated by branch, territorial and geographical aspects. Information is presented in tables and graphics.
The publication is of interest to the public, the Government, ecologists and economists.
The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the publication Road Traffic Accidents in the Republic of Bulgaria 2022 (in Bulgarian only). The issue is a joint edition of the Ministry of Interior and the National Statistical Institute.
It contains tables with annual information about the road traffic accidents, killed and injured persons registered in Bulgaria during 2022, distributed by: – Districts and municipalities; – Nature of accidents; – Location and by class of road; – Age and sex of the persons involved in an injury accident; – Type and by property of the vehicles; – Main reasons; – Days of the week and by months; – Foreign drivers’ fault, distributed by countries.
The data give the possibility of a multi-aspect analysis of the road traffic accidents and the variations compared to the previous year, as well as the state of road traffic safety in the country.
The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the bilingual (Bulgarian/English) publication Household budgets in the Republic of Bulgaria 2022.
The edition contains data from the sample survey of household budgets in Bulgaria for the 2013 – 2022 period. The survey has been conducted quarterly, with 3 060 households monitored each month. The publication presents the results from the survey of households and their budgets: structure of the households and their members by socio-demographic characteristics, amount of income by sources, amount of expenditure by purpose, consumption of basic food products, and calorie contents of the consumed basic foods.
The results are presented in groups by the following characteristics – a place of residence, size of the household, number of employed persons in the household, number of children in the household, total annual income per person of the household, presence of pensioners in the household, professional and socio-economic status of the head of the household and deciles groups.
The information in the publication is intended for a wide number of users – state institutions, carrying out state social and economic policy, public organizations, economists, students and others.