Nordic Statistical Yearbook 2011
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Nordic Statistical Yearbook 2011

Nordisk statistisk årsbok 2011

Nordic Statistical Yearbook 2011 is published for the 49th time. It is a reference book containing comprehensive and easily accessible statistics of various aspects of social life in the five Nordic countries, i.e. Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. In addition data are also presented on the Faroe Islands, Greenland and the Åland Islands. The aim of the yearbook is, as far as possible, to present comparable data on the Nordic countries. Additional tables can be accessed free of charge via our homepage. Here It is also possible to read and download the Nordic Statistical Yearbook in pdf format free of charge. Den nordiske statistiske årbog udkommer nu for 49. gang. Årbogen er et opslagsværk som har til hensigt at give en sammenfattende og overskuelig redegørelse for statistikken over samfundsforholdene i de fem nordiske lande Danmark, Finland, Island, Norge og Sverige. I mange af tabellerne findes desuden oplysninger om Færøerne, Grønland og Åland. Formålet med årbogen er at fremlægge gensidigt sammenlignelige oplysninger om de nordiske lande. Yderligere tabeller er tilgængelige gratis via vores netsted. Her er det også muligt helt gratis at læse og downloade bogen i pdfformat.

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Nordic Council of Ministers

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We have plenty of untouched nature, clean water and fresh air in the Nordic countries, but we must keep a close eye on the environment so that future generations will be able to enjoy this. In the Nordic countries, there is a long tradition of cooperating on natural and environmental issues.