Reference period200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017
Indicator
Goal 1: No Poverty1.1. Absolute poverty rate, %22.822.219.315.314.39.874.84.76.38.78.18.47.66.34.33.3..
1.2. At-risk-of-poverty rate, %18.318.217.918.318.318.319.419.519.715.817.517.520.721.821.621.721.1..
1.3. Household saving rate, %8.315.07-2.06-2.18-2.61-1.89-3.91-0.267.5212.879.849.899.89.1110.7211.6611.28..
1.4. At-risk-of-poverty and social exclusion rate, %........26.325.9222221.823.421.723.123.423.52624.224.4..
Goal 2: Zero Hunger2.1. Agricultural productivity, euro..........6 2496 75410 4078 6437 36412 36616 206.4013119 439.7408218 717.5572517 968.5935414 741.124269 465.0246315 228.78175
2.2. Share of organic agricultural area, %........................14.8615.6515.9615.6818.02..
2.3. Share of organic production in total agricultural production, %..............3.345.44.144.444.75.58.8..
2.4. Sales of pesticides, active substance kg..286 821.76329 784321 537.8350 869.6383 894.4459 789.3459 871.3551 952407 189515 213.18461 019554 209571 286599 752691 327834 328..
2.5.1. Use of nitrogen fertilisers, kg/ha..........22.825.227.339.129.330.231.534.534.836.736.536.3..
2.5.2. Use of phosphorus fertilisers, kg /ha..........3.13.93.84.62.72.82.83.13.23.93.53.4..
Goal 3: Good Health and Well-being3.1. Life expectancy7171717272737373747576767677777878..
3.2. Healthy life years........52505252555756565555555557..
3.3. Share of overweight or obese population, %42..43..43..47..50..49..49..52..52..
3.4.1. Fatal accidents per 100,000 inhabitants149.82167.85145.65134.02129.61122.46120.88120.24101.5695.7784.4985.586.9472.6971.20365.64765.28462.32
3.4.2. Fatal accidents at work per 100,000 inhabitants27363933342427212119171915201617269
3.5.1. Amenable deaths............................2 6622 5462 468..
3.5.2. Preventable deaths............................3 4043 2553 158..
3.6. Deaths due to chronic diseases per 100,000 persons aged under 65285279269264252237241222211188181174170160160158....
3.7.1. New cases of HIV per 100,000 inhabitants28.47723108.0565166.1689262.0587155.06646.1333849.7191447.1799440.6511630.6654427.7578827.6134223.81524.6586322.1369420.5593517.4019616.64205
3.7.2. New cases of tuberculosis per 100,000 inhabitants45.841.138.135.83531.327.730.426.524.718.719.917.717.115.612.912.711.1
3.7.3. New cases of acute hepatitis B per 100,000 inhabitants26.722.414.611.49.264.22.74.852.51.31.82.11.50.81.10.5
3.7.4. New cases of chronic hepatitis B per 100,000 inhabitants........5223143222333229452426261710
3.7.5. New cases of acute hepatitis C per 100,000 inhabitants26.722.414.611.49.264.22.74.852.51.31.82.11.50.81.10.5
3.7.6. New cases of chronic hepatitis C per 100,000 inhabitants........9.48.110.710.710.411.618.414.216.617.923.717.415.49.1
3.8. Number of suicides per 100,000 inhabitants272927252420181918201716181618151417
3.9.1. Incidence rate of mental and behavioural disorders per 100,000 inhabitants............................1 8691 9061 956..
3.9.2. Mental and behavioural disorders due to psychoactive substance use per 100,000 inhabitants............................235238232..
3.10. Consumption of alcohol per capita of population aged 15 and over, litres of 100% alcohol....12.21212.71313.414.814.211.911.41212.111.911.110.69.9..
3.11. Consumption of tobacco among population aged 16–64, %30..28..33..28..26..26..26..22..21..
Goal 4: Quality Education4.1. Population aged 25–64 participating in lifelong learning, %6.35.35.36.86.766.579.710.510.911.912.712.511.512.215.717.1
4.2. Share of persons with higher education among population aged 16–74, %30.428.527.72828.331.732.533.534.436.340.240.239.542.543.245.345.448.4
4.3. Share of persons with basic digital skills among population aged 16–74, %..................................25
4.4.1. Share of top performers in reading, %............6....6....9....11.1....
4.4.2. Share of top performers in mathematics, %............12.5....12.1....14.6....14.2....
4.4.3. Share of top performers in sciences, %............11.5....10.4....12.8....13.5....
4.5. Share of hobby school students, %................4445566677
4.6. Share of early school leavers aged 18–24, %15.114.713.613.713.91413.414.41413.51110.610.39.71212.210.910.8
Goal 5: Gender Equality5.1. Gender pay gap, %24.624.324.124.223.525.426.927.624.422.423.322.924.624.823.522.220.920.9
5.2. Share of women in managerial positions, %9.28.48.47.78.28.57.37.887.87.96.65.96.57.37.68.89.6
5.3. Gender equality index (time use)..........74.6........73.7..70.1....74.7....
5.3.1. Gender equality index (care activities)..........83.2........80.7..73....85.9....
5.3.2. Gender equality index (social activities)..........66.9........67.2..67.2....65....
Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation6.1. Volume of wastewater with at least secondary treatment, million m³1231211101121221131021081151111121121211039699117..
6.2. Share of consumers receiving quality drinking water from public water supply, %..............70.669.363.175.972.277.491.497.49898.1..
6.3. Groundwater abstraction, million m³255272236267310274237248330321297299274213199201221..
6.4. Share of surface water bodies in at least good overall status, %....................70..656260575555
Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy7.1. Energy productivity, euros per kg of oil equivalent2.12.22.42.32.42.732.92.82.72.42.62.72.52.72.82.9..
7.2. Energy dependency rate, %32.232.329.626.728.526.129.224.724.72213.6121711.99.27.36.8..
7.3. Share of energy expenditure in total household expenditure, %10.310.710.19.89.58.68.798.610.410.410.19.99.79.49.29.59.2
7.4. Share of renewable energy in final energy consumption, %........18.417.516.117.118.92324.625.525.825.626.328.628.8..
Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth8.1. Real GDP growth rate (change on previous year), %10.66.36.17.46.39.410.37.7-5.4-14.72.37.64.31.92.91.93.54.9
8.2. Resource productivity, euro/kg0.50.50.50.40.50.50.50.50.50.40.40.40.50.40.50.5....
8.3. Labour productivity per hour worked, euro9.29.810.410.911.612.212.913.813.313.714.314.114.71515.415.315.816.1
8.4. Employment rate66.667.46869.670.37275.976.977.17066.870.672.273.374.376.576.678.7
8.5. Long-term unemployment rate6.76.46.14.85.24.42.92.31.73.77.67.15.53.83.32.42.11.9
8.6. Young people aged 15–24 not in education, employment or training14.715.510.710.512.510.68.88.98.714.51411.612.211.311.710.89.19.4
Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure9.1. Share of research and development expenditure in GDP, %..........0.921.121.071.261.41.582.312.121.721.451.491.28..
9.2. Number of researchers and engineers per 100,000 inhabitants190193221227247245260275297323306339346334329319330..
9.3. Share of fast internet connections, %......................33.545.38.111.5..
9.4. Rate of internet use..........58.160.863.365.870.773.97677.979.484.288.487.288.1
9.5.1. Share of passengers carried by rail in carriage of passengers by land transport, %2.71.91.91.81.81.922.12.11.921.91.81.61.91.82..
9.5.2. Share of passengers using passenger cars in carriage of passengers by land transport, %69.87273.875.674.6777677.279.481.681.481.881.48181.678.280.1..
9.5.3. Share of passengers carried by buses and trolleybuses in carriage of passengers by land transport, %27.52624.422.623.621.12220.718.516.416.616.316.817.416.52017.9..
9.5.4. Share of rail transport in carriage of goods by land transport, %..........80787468.274.175.471.666.963.755.252.442.9..
9.5.5. Share of road transport in carriage of goods by land transport, %..........20222631.825.924.628.433.136.344.847.657.1..
Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities10.1. Yearly income per household member, euro......3 2443 6304 3555 3046 3337 2066 7826 5707 1198 2118 8209 49010 10210 941..
10.1.1. Income per household member in households without children, euro......3 1643 4994 3315 1346 1567 0976 5726 2766 7347 6778 2909 1159 53410 267..
10.1.1.1. Income per household member in one-person households, euro......2 3972 6643 4273 9504 6215 4855 2505 1435 6496 1756 5986 9717 4097 990..
10.1.1.2. Income per household member in households with a single person aged 65 and over, euro......2 8883 1474 2704 9385 7406 8846 2755 9886 8007 5488 1418 7129 4359 934..
10.1.1.3. Income per household member in households with a single person aged under 65, euro......1 8442 1102 3932 7593 1773 7463 9494 0594 1094 3274 6214 8715 3755 655..
10.1.1.4. Income per household member in households with a couple aged under 65 without children, euro......3 9124 4055 4766 5957 8438 9998 2827 7578 1129 67210 44911 88912 42213 188..
10.1.2. Income per household member in households with children, euro......3 3053 7284 3735 4466 4867 3056 9756 8467 4838 7149 3359 87110 67611 652..
10.1.2.1. Income per household member in households with one adult and child(ren), euro......1 9962 4522 8253 4244 4935 2864 7855 1375 7776 2526 3066 7818 1188 951..
10.1.2.2. Income per household member in households with couple with one child, euro......4 2224 4215 2956 2967 8299 0758 4687 9618 66010 01710 06810 73311 82112 954..
10.1.2.3. Income per household member in households with couple with two children, euro......3 5534 1864 6886 5327 0707 8247 5957 8128 3249 82110 80711 17611 81812 605..
10.1.2.4. Income per household member in households with couple with three children, euro......2 7293 2933 9004 7615 6566 3216 0876 0446 7718 1819 0418 7799 39410 346..
10.2. Income inequality, quintile share ratio6.36.16.1..7.25.95.55.55555.35.45.56.56.25.6..
10.3. Share of persons with unmet need for specialised medical care, %........8.26.97.79.58.24.24.76.988.611.412.815.712.4
Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities11.1. Share of architectural monuments in good and satisfactory condition, %..................................65
11.2. Number of traffic accidents with casualties1 5041 8882 1601 9312 2432 3412 5852 4501 8691 5051 3481 5021 3831 3641 4131 3761 4681 406
11.3. Emissions of fine particulate matter (PM < 10 µm), thousand tonnes3232282425221623191623341318131411..
11.4. Accessibility of green areas, % of population..................................90
11.5. Households satisfied with condition of dwelling, %71.671.872.171.972.772.373.573.274.878.980.580.480.881.68283.383.1..
11.6. Share of people commuting by public transport, by bicycle or on foot, %63.863.462.460.558.157.454.450.447.24544.543.54443.142.342.540.238.9
Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production12.1. Recycling rate of municipal waste, %2.35.23.714.924.8231723.120.2211823.419.217.731.228.327.9..
12.2. Generation of waste, thousand tonnes....14 409.521418 396.511117 470.9418 509.0920 012.488121 236.624720 013.188215 627.283319 500.40421 660.508922 209.28322 483.842922 088.147724 721.392924 440.7684..
12.3. Recovery rate of hazardous waste, %....5.16.57.46.8913171512.912.219.917.213.9164..
12.4.1. Organisations implementing EMAS environmental management systems..........1222233356765
12.4.2. Organisations implementing ISO environmental management systems1824477486148173169233263306358394440492523552582
12.5. Oil shale mining, thousand tonnes9 9709 89410 51312 60811 73612 34911 97713 99213 70612 60515 10915 86514 94415 02814 95914 90812 691..
Goal 13: Climate Action13.1. Emissions of greenhouse gases per euro of GDP, kg1.621.561.431.471.411.271.111.241.181.161.441.341.221.31.221.021.09..
13.2. Emissions of greenhouse gases from energy sector, thousand CO2-equivalent tonnes12 14411 95611 67613 51513 41713 20912 38715 22313 22211 14715 43215 19113 72315 46914 93012 24313 826..
13.3. Emissions of greenhouse gases from transport sector, thousand CO2-equivalent tonnes1 6822 0092 1422 0342 0792 1512 3112 4342 3122 1342 2612 2692 2952 2402 2642 3242 377..
Goal 14: Life Below Water14.1. Share of marine protected areas in territorial waters, %3.23.43.33.325.825.82626.126.126.126.826.8272727272727
14.2.1. Spawning stock biomass of Baltic herring in the Gulf of Riga, tonnes82 83278 48799 91085 46991 29972 43669 86789 84088 206103 98697 86998 85184 268101 167119 556102 85096 14496 906
14.2.2. Spawning stock biomass reference point of Baltic herring in the Gulf of Riga, tonnes60 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 00060 000
14.2.3. Spawning stock biomass of Baltic herring in the Baltic Proper, tonnes470 975427 121446 227517 700525 969593 317659 796689 864703 641808 877868 744863 526812 923836 820896 159828 008779 717837 924
14.2.4. Spawning stock biomass reference point of Baltic herring in the Baltic Proper, tonnes600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000600 000
14.2.5. Spawning stock biomass of sprat in the Baltic Sea, tonnes1 352 0001 210 000950 000810 0001 045 0001 310 0001 086 000959 0001 029 000953 0001 077 000827 000751 000804 000769 000848 0001 282 0001 303 000
14.2.6. Spawning stock biomass reference point of sprat in the Baltic Sea, tonnes570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000570 000
14.2.7. Spawning stock biomass of Atlantic cod in Western Baltic, tonnes36 27929 05722 49417 36119 20526 63530 85331 00821 31414 09813 10013 21215 20512 08715 38716 82813 47911 533
14.2.8. Spawning stock biomass reference point of Atlantic cod in Western Baltic, tonnes38 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 70038 700
14.3. Coastal water bodies in at least good status........................000001
Goal 15: Life on Land15.1. Share of protected areas in terrestrial territory, %10.71111.311.31718.118.217.817.91818.118.118.118.118.418.518.718.8
15.1.1. Share of protected areas in Harju county, %..................................19.8
15.1.2. Share of protected areas in Hiiu county, %..................................23.4
15.1.3. Share of protected areas in Ida-Viru county, %..................................20.8
15.1.4. Share of protected areas in Jõgeva county, %..................................12.1
15.1.5. Share of protected areas in Järva county, %..................................13.8
15.1.6. Share of protected areas in Lääne county, %..................................28.7
15.1.7. Share of protected areas in Lääne-Viru county, %..................................15.4
15.1.8. Share of protected areas in Põlva county, %..................................8.2
15.1.9. Share of protected areas in Pärnu county, %..................................26.7
15.1.10. Share of protected areas in Rapla county, %..................................19.5
15.1.11. Share of protected areas in Saare county, %..................................18.5
15.1.12. Share of protected areas in Tartu county, %..................................18.1
15.1.13. Share of protected areas in Valga county, %..................................20.9
15.1.14. Share of protected areas in Viljandi county, %..................................15.6
15.1.15. Share of protected areas in Võru county, %..................................15.9
15.2. Share of strictly protected forests in total forest land area, %..8.58.58.79.49.79.81010109.610.110.811.411.312.312.913.1
15.3. Emissions of acidifying pollutants, thousand tonnes of acidifying equivalents32.82.73.12.82.42.22.82.21.72.62.31.31.11.310.9..
15.4. Share of protected habitats in favourable status, %..............42..........52........
15.5. Share of species in favourable conservation status, %..............24..........53.5........
Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions16.1. Corruption perceptions index........................646869707071
16.2. Share of persons with unspecified citizenship, %12.4....................6.6........6.25.9
16.3. Share of inhabitants who consider their neighbourhood secure, %......................90......92..94
16.4. Deaths due to violence (assault) per 100,000 inhabitants13.614.911.510.889.17.47.16.86.14.84.94.843.13.22.42.2
16.5. Share of victims of violent crime in Estonia, %....................3.32.44.32.32.32.31.80.9
Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals17.1. Share of official development assistance in GNI, %............................0.10.10.20.2
17.2. Balance of general government budget, % of GDP0.5-0.2-0.330.481.57-1.63-2.57-3.62-4.961.020.880.160.11-0.420.230.50.18-0.34
17.3. General government debt, % of GDP5.14.85.75.65.14.54.43.74.576.66.19.710.210.7109.49
17.4. Share of environmental taxes in total tax revenue, %5.46.96.36.16.77.67.277.48.48.88.68.68.18.38.28.98.8
18. Viability of Cultural Space18.1. Natural increase-5 336-5 884-5 354-5 116-3 693-2 966-2 439-1 634-647-31835-565-1 394-1 713-1 933-1 336-1 339-1 759
18.2. Total fertility rate1.41.31.41.41.51.51.61.71.71.71.71.61.61.51.51.61.61.6
18.3. Speakers of Estonian, thousands714709712711706704705701702700697690683675672670673656
18.4. Share of attendance in cultural activities and events among population aged 20–64, %..............85......81..84..89....
18.5. Share of performers aged 20–64 in cultural activities (incl. sports activities), %..............................80....
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