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FCSA in collaboration with the local statistical offices, organized a virtual introductory session on The National statistical projects in the UAE under the theme “Connecting the world with data you can trust”. On the occasion of the World Statistics Day, on Thursday, October 22, 2020. During the i..On the occasion of World Statistics Day, and held under the banner ‘Connecting the World with Data we can Trust’, the Statistics Centre – Abu Dhabi (SCAD) today held its annual SCAD Partners Forum, a virtual workshop for its government partners and National Statistical Offices. The workshop sought ..The Statistics Centre Abu Dhabi -SCAD held its regular virtual Majlis on Monday 19 of October 2020, in tandem with the World Statistics Day 2020 with the theme “Connecting the world with data we can trust.” The Monday Majlis hosted Mr. Abu Bakar Al Amoudi, a Technical Adviser, who discussed the fol..In line with the third World Statistics Day, the Statistical Training Institute of the Statistics Centre – Abu Dhabi (SCAD) organized an interactive session titled ‘Why Consider Data Science as a Career?’ on 19th October 2020, for local and international university students. The session aimed to hi..A virtual UN World Data Forum will be held on 19–21 October 2020, in tandem with the World Statistics Day 2020 with the theme “Connecting the world with data we can trust”. World Data Forum seeks to boost data capacity and partnerships to tackle COVID-19 and achieve the Sustainable Development Goal..

Agriculture & Environment

Statistical data on the agriculture, environment sectors is important in decision support, as indicators for most economic activities and as the basis for sustainable agricultural development planning that seeks to support food security, while preserving the environment.


Key Figures

Air pollutant total emissions - water and electricity production sector (Tons)12,42216,54018,68616,84215,527
Quantity of treated wastewater reuse (Million cubic metre)192171166174170
Non-conventional water resources (Million cubic metre)---1,2871,251
Non-hazardous solid waste generation (Tons)9,918,5908,420,9989,598,9699,477,0379,803,433
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