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Environmental Performance Index and Pilot Trend Environmental Performance Index, 2012 Release (
2000 – 2010)
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Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy - YCELP - Yale University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network - CIESIN - Columbia University, World Economic Forum - WEF, and Joint Research Centre - JRC - European Commission. 2012. 2012 Environmental Performance Index and Pilot Trend Environmental Performance Index. Palisades, New York: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H48913SG. Accessed DAY MONTH YEAR.
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The summary for policymakers, main report and appendices of the report in PDF format are available for download below, together with the data in Excel (.xls) format. The PDF files are optimized for printing; some of the images may be more easily viewed from a printout than on your screen.
2012 EPI Report:
- Summary for Policymakers [583 KB]
- Main Report [3.93 MB]
- Appendix 1: Indicator Profiles [359 KB]
- Appendix 2: Preliminary Sensitivity Analysis [93.5 KB]
2012 EPI Data:
- 2012 EPI [1 MB) and Historical EPIs (2000-2010) [8.9 MB]
- Pilot Trend EPI [4.4 MB]