Environmental sustainability

Greenhouse gas emissions by sector

The Banco de España monitors the banking industry’s exposures to the sectors that most contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. These sectors can generate significant banking sector exposure to the transition risk arising from the measures adopted to mitigate climate change, which affect them particularly sharply. The charts show emissions at the productive sector level (NACE classification), detailing those sectors that generate the highest volume of emissions. The relationship between the emissions generated and the gross value added of each productive sector is also set out.

CategoryAGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHINGMANUFACTURINGELECTRICITY, GAS, STEAM AND AIR CONDITIONING SUPPLYWATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE, WASTE MANAGEMENT AND REMEDIATION ACTIVITIESWHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE; REPAIR OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTORCYCLESTRANSPORTATION AND STORAGEREST OF PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIESTOTAL ACTIVITIES BY HOUSEHOLDS
Dec-2010509761149431873
Dec-2011488974168412068
Dec-2012478779158381964
Dec-2013478359157361766
Dec-2014508263147371666
Dec-2015498074155391668
Dec-2016498058154411870
Dec-2017508268144441968
Dec-2018508459144451869
Dec-2019508243143471868
Dec-2020507131143331668
Grafico Emisiones de gases
CategoryAGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHINGMANUFACTURINGELECTRICITY, GAS, STEAM AND AIR CONDITIONING SUPPLYWATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE, WASTE MANAGEMENT AND REMEDIATION ACTIVITIESWHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE; REPAIR OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTORCYCLESTRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE
Dec-201019037932365134678992
Dec-201118837282884146666921
Dec-201218767582985144764870
Dec-201317567272283132659863
Dec-201418937022545128856829
Dec-201516616572871134341836
Dec-201615636352342126433888
Dec-201715386202705120328911
Dec-201815176322180115728916
Dec-201916426031556111824907
Dec-202015555761219111023862
Grafico Intensidad de emisiones