3. European Strategy for Sustainable Development and Eurostat report

To illustrate that at European level the results by Eurostat concerning "Sustainable development - consumption and production" will be used from 2013. These are based on the indicators of the European Union – about them unity was established via the agreement for monitoring the strategy of sustainable development. They form together with similar indicators for other areas the report "Sustainable development in the European Union - 2013 monitoring report of the EU sustainable development strategy". This report is compiled by Eurostat every two years to an objective statistical picture of progress admit that is reached with regard to the aims and objects as they are set by the European sustainable strategy: „To that end it promotes a dynamic economy with full employment and a high level of education, health protection, social and territorial cohesion and environmental protection in a peaceful and secure world, respecting cultural diversity.“   This Eurostat report is in turn the base for the corresponding report of the European Commission on the implementation of its strategy. This is based on the "Review of the EU Sustainable Development Strategy (EU SDS) - Renewed Strategy of 9 June 2006 the Council of Europe, which in turn is based on the draft of the European 2001 strategy. This has among other things use to be made of the EU SDS and the Lisbon strategy for growth and creation of jobs. The overarching goal, however, is to limit climate change and its costs and negative effects on society and the environment. And other objectives include the promotion of sustainable production and sustainable consumption. There are certain operational items and objectives: