Data Overview

Publication
Urban Metabolism of Paris and Its Region
Author(s)
Sabine Barles
City/Region
Paris and its dense urban Petite couronne suburbs
Data Points
29

Data

Area Sub-area Indicator Year Value Unit Comments
Materials MFA indicator Balancing inputs - oxygen (combustion) 2003 24,010 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Balancing outputs - water (combustion) 2003 12,010 Kt
Materials biomass Biomass - local extraction 2003 30 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Dissipative flows 2003 440 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Domestic Material Consumption 2003 19,070 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Domestic Material Consumption (corr.) 2003 29,120 Kt Comments
Materials MFA indicator Domestic material input - DMI 2003 69,530 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Domestic material output (DMO) 2003 77,430 Kt
Materials MFA indicator DPO 2003 27,410 Kt
Materials emissions Emissions to air 2003 24,470 Kt
Materials water Emissions to water 2003 10 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Exported flows to nature 2003 9,610 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Exports excluding wastes 2003 40,410 Kt
Materials fossil fuels Fossil fuels - imports 2003 13,050 Kt
Materials fossil fuels Fossil fuels - local extraction 2003 0 Kt
Biophysical Characteristics land use Land area 2003 762 km2
Materials MFA indicator LEPO 2003 37,020 Kt
Materials minerals Minerals - local extraction 2003 0 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Net addition to stock (NAS) 2003 4,110 Kt
Materials other Others - imports 2003 56,450 Kt
Socioeconomic Characteristics demography Population 2003 6,321,000 habitants
Materials waste Recycling - external 2003 440 Kt
Materials waste Recycling - local 2003 4,210 Kt
Materials waste Recycling - total 2003 4,660 Kt
Materials total Total - imports 2003 69,500 Kt
Materials total Total - local extraction 2003 30 Kt
Materials MFA indicator Total exports 2003 50,020 Kt
Materials waste Waste landfilled 2003 2,500 Kt
Materials waste Wastes exported 2003 10,050 Kt

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