SDG indicators for Portugal, 2015 - 2021

SDG indicators for Portugal Infographics ISSN 2795-5923 2015/2021

CO2 Carbon dioxide EU27 European Union 27 GDP Gross Domestic Product GHG Greenhouse gases GVA Gross Value Added ICES International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Kg Kilogramme Km Kilometre kt CO2 eq Kilo tonne equivalents to carbon dioxide LULUCF Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry m3 Cubic metre No Number Pe Preliminary value PISA Programme for International Student Assessment PM10 Inhalable particles with a diameter of less than 10 μm PM2.5 Inhalable particles with a diameter of less than 2.5 μm Po Provisional value pp Percentage points PT Portugal R&D Research and Development SDG Sustainable Development Goals t Tonnes Toe Tonne of oil equivalent µg Microgram - The EU flags refer to the EU27 aggregate; - In the infographics are used icons from the European Union (Icons © European Union, 2020); some are modified; - Available information up to 28 July 2022. ABREVIATIONS NOTES: © INE, I.P., Lisboa • Portugal, 2022. SDG indicators for Portugal - Infographics. www.ine.pt

1 End poverty in all its forms everywhere Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 1.2.1, SDG 1.2.2, SDG 1.3.1); Eurostat (ilc_li02, spr_exp_gdp). At-risk-of-poverty rate (after social transfers) Proportion of expenditures of social protection benefits by functions of social protection Sickness/health care Old age Expenditures of social protection benefits in % of GDP 23.1% 26.9% 2020 +3.4 pp than in 2020 2019 2019 Proportion of unemployed population looking for a new job and receiving unemployment benefits 39.1% 2021 26.7% 49.4% Total PT 0-17 years 18-64 years ≥ 65 years In work Unemployed 18.4% 46.5% 11.2% 20.1% 17.2% 20.4% 19.2% 17.5% 18.0% Retired

2 End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture Proportion of population with obesity (≥ 18 years) 2019 18-34 years 35-44 years 45-54 years ≥ 85 years 55-64 years 65-74 years 75-84 years Proportion of agricultural area with organic farming 5.1% 2016 5.3% 2019 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 2.1.1, SDG 2.1.2 , SDG 2.4.1); Eurostat (hlth_ehis_bm1e). Total PT 9.8% 13.8% 17.6% 16.0% 24.0% 22.0% 19.1% 16.4% 17.4% 16.9% Prevalence rate of moderate or severe food insecurity in the population 4.3% 2021 +0.3 pp than in 2020

3 6.7‰ 2020 Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages Mortality rate (30 to 70 years) due to diseases of the circulatory system, malignant neoplasms, diabetes mellitus and chronic respiratory diseases per 100,000 inhabitants Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 3.4.1, SDG 3.6.1, SDG 3.7.2, SDG 3.c.1). 365.6 163.6 2020 Mortality rate due to road accidents per 100,000 inhabitants 2020 9.9 1.9 18.7 ≥ 75 years Adolescent fertility rate Medical doctors per 1,000 inhabitants Total 258.5 288.5 in 2019 Nurses per 1,000 inhabitants 2020 5.6 7.6 Total 5.7 6.7 in 2019 7.7‰ in 2019

4 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 4.1.2, SDG 4.2.2, SDG 4.4.1); Eurostat (isoc_sk_cskl_i). Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all 99.2% 2020/2021 Enrolment rate at the age of 5 +2.2 pp than in 2019/2020 Proportion of persons aged between 16 and 74 years old with digital skills at basic or above basic level Primary education Technological/ Vocacional (professional) courses General courses/ scientific-humanistic courses Transition/ completion rate in upper secondary education 2020 Transition/ completion rate in primary education 2020 1st cycle 3rd cycle 2nd cycle Total 91.5 % 91.9 % 90.8 % 97.8 % 98.6% 97.6% 97.0% 71% 86% 16-24 years 54% 55% 16-74 years 2021

5 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 5.5.1, SDG 5.5.2). Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls Members of parliament Proportion of women presidents of municipalities Proportion of employed people with management positions 2021 5.7% +1.0 pp than in 2020 3.6% +1.0 pp than in 2020 55.0% 2021 Proportion of women managers in the sector of public administration +0.5 pp than in 2020 2022 63.0% 2019 2015 61.3% 67.0% 33.0% 38.7% 37.0% 2017 10.4% 2021 9.4%

6 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 6.1.1, SDG 6.2.1, SDG 6.3.2). Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all Safe water 98.8% Proportion of surface waters area with “Good and superior” classification of global status 2021 99.0% 2020 2030 Proportion of the resident population at-risk-of-poverty having neither a bath, nor a shower, nor indoor flushing toilet 0.7% 2021 -0.3 pp than in 2020 Continente Norte Centro Área Metropolitana de Lisboa Alentejo Algarve 58.3% 49.8% 37.9% 37.9% 28.6% 18.1%

7 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 7.2.1, SDG 7.3.1). Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all Share of renewable energy in gross final energy consumption 34.0% 2020 Po +3.4 pp than in 2019 31% 47% Energy intensity of the economy in primary energy (toe/106 Euros) Contribution of renewable resources to the electricity production (Continente) 58.0% 2020 Po +4.2 pp than in 2019 2020 2030 119.8 2018 2017 2014 2015 2016 123.8 119.6 119.8 113.2 2019 110.2 2020 Po 111.4

8 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 8.1.1, SDG 8.5.1, SDG 8.5.2, SDG 8.6.1, SDG 8.9.1); Eurostat (sdg_08_10, earn_ses_hourly, une_rt_a, lfsi_neet_a). Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all Annual growth rate of real GDP per capita 2021 Pe 5.4% +11.4 pp than in 2020 4.9% +13.4 pp than in 2020 Average hourly earnings 2018 Unemployment rate (15 to 74 years) 2021 7.0% 6.6% 6.3% 6.9% 23.4% 15-24 years GVA generated by tourism as a proportion of total GVA Rate of young people aged between 15 and 24 years old neither in employment nor in education and training 2021 10.8% -0.8 pp than in 2020 7.6% -1.5 pp than in 2020 15.4 € 7.7 € 8.1 € 7.4 € 5.8% 2021 Pe 4.8% 2020 Po 8.1% 2019

9 2020 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 9.1.2, SDG 9.2.1, SDG 9.4.1, SDG 9.5.1, SDG 9.b.1); Eurostat (nama_10_a10, nama_10_gdp, env_ac_ainah_r2, rd_e_gerdtot). Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation Passenger transport (106 passenger-km) Goods transport (106 t-km) Manufacturing value added as a proportion of GDP 2021 Pe 15.6% +0.4 pp than in 2020 12.3% = 2020 0.26 -12.3% than in 2015 0.29 -17.1% than in 2015 CO2 emissions per unit of value added (Kg CO2/ €) 2019 Proportion of gross expenditure on research and development (GERD) in GDP 2.32% +0.09 pp than in 2019 1.62% +0.22 pp than in 2019 Proportion of GVA of high and medium-high technology manufacturing industries in manufacturing industries GVA 24.5% 2020 +0.5 pp than in 2019 2020 Po 12 852 3 939 2 552 280 24 402 2 402

10 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 10.1.1, SDG 10.2.1, SDG 10.4.1, SDG 10.4.2); Eurostat (ilc_li02, tec00013). Reduce inequality within and among countries Total population 40% of the population with the lowest income Proportion of people living in households with an equivalent net monetary income below 50% of the median 12,696 € 6,678 € 6,544 € 13,113 € 2019 2020 Mean equivalent net monetary income 12.4% +2.1 pp than in 2019 2020 Share of the compensation of employees in GDP 2021 Pe 47.7% -1.0 pp than in 2020 48.8% = 2020 Redistributive impact of fiscal policy Gini coefficient Gross monetary of adult equivalent income Net monetary of adult equivalent income 2020 39.0% 33.0%

11 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 11.1.1, SDG 11.6.1, SDG 11.6.2); Eurostat (nama_10_gdp, env_wasmun). Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable Urban waste collected 2020 28.8 +2,9 thousand t than in 2019 5.3 million t Urban waste collected by GDP unit (Kg / 1,000 €) 2020 +2.4 Kg/1,000 € than in 2019 18.0 +1.2 Kg/1,000 € than in 2019 Annual mean concentration of particles (µg/m3) 2020 +1 µg/m3 than in 2019 PM2.5 8 -1 µg/m3 than in 2019 PM10 15 Limit Value Limit Value Housing cost overburden rate 5.9% 2021 +1.8 pp than in 2020

12 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 12.2.1, SDG 12.2.2, SDG 12.4.2, SDG 12.5.1); Eurostat (t2020_rl110, env_ac_rme). Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns Proportion of municipal waste prepared for reuse and recycling 38.0% 2020 +3.0 pp than in 2019 55% 60% Domestic material consumption per capita (t per inhabitant) 2020 Po 13.5 16.3 90.8 -1.7 kg per inhabitant than in 2019 2020 Recovery operations Disposal operations 30.2 60.6 Hazardous sectorial waste per capita (kg per inhabitant) 2025 2030 -0.7 t per inhabitant than in 2019 -0.3 t per inhabitant than in 2019 Material footprint per capita (t per inhabitant) 2019 14.6 17.1 (a) Not include data on end-of-life vehicles

13 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 13.1.1, SDG 13.2.2); Eurostat (sdg_13_10). Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts GHG per capita (t per inhabitant) 2020 7.5 5.7 Total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per year (kt CO2 eq) (without LULUCF) GHG variation 2020/2005 -42.6% GHG national target -45% to -55% 2030/2005 2019 2017 2020 2015 2016 67,702 57,586 2018 Number of injured or ill people attributed to disasters per 100,000 population 2020 3,995 2019 6

14 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 14.4.1, SDG 14.5.1, SDG 14.a.1). Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development Proportion of fisheries managed stocks with analytical evaluation (ICES Category 1) Subjected to precautionary approach Overexploited Sustainable Unsustainable Coverage of marine protected areas in relation to the Portuguese maritime area 7% 2017 Proportion of R&D services investment in marine technology on the total investment in intellectual property products 1.9% 2019 Po -0.1 pp than in 2018 Horse mackerel Black-bellied anglerfish White anglerfish Hake Four-spot megrim Megrim Sardine 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

15 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 15.3.1, SDG 15.4.2). Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss * Calculated for the period 2000-2015 Mountain Green Cover Index 92.4% 2015 Proportion of land that is degraded over total land area 32.2% 2015*

16 2021 Po Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 16.1.1, SDG 16.1.4, SDG 16.2.2, SDG 16.3.2). Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels Crimes of voluntary manslaughter (No) 81 2020 82 2021 Po 86.0% 2018 +0.5 pp than in 2016 Proportion of persons that feel safe walking alone after dark Crimes of trafficking in human beings recorded by the police forces (No) 41 2020 80 2021 18.5% +1.4 pp than in 2020 Proportion of pre-trial detainees present at 31st December in general prison establishments

17 Source: Statistics Portugal (SDG 17.1.1, SDG 17.1.2, SDG 17.2.1, SDG 17.3.2, SDG 17.8.1); Eurostat (gov_10a_main, isoc_ci_ifp_iu). Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Tax revenue as a % of GDP (Tax burden) 40.2% 35.8% Social contributions 10.6% Direct taxes 9.7% Indirect taxes 15.5% Proportion of domestic budget funded by domestic taxes 64.2% 2022 +3.5 pp than in 2021 Official development assistance as a proportion of gross national income Migrants remittances (net figure as % of GDP) Proportion of persons using Internet in the 3 months before the interview 2021 89% 82% +4 pp than in 2020 2021 Pe 2020 0.70% 2020 0.18% 2030 +0.1 pp than in 2019 1.50% 2021 -0.06 pp than in 2020

18 SDG indicators evolution in Portugal in the period 2015-2021 * The indicator evolves in the desirable direction or has already achieved the desired results The indicator evolves in the opposite direction to the desirable path Without changes No evaluation (e.g. series to short or irregular; inconclusive) * From the first year available from 2015 until the last year available. Each circle represents one indicator. Source: «Sustainable development goals - 2030 Agenda. Indicators for Portugal - 2015/2021», Statistics Portugal.

19 SDG indicators evolution in Portugal in the last year with available data* The indicator evolves in the desirable direction or has already achieved the desired results The indicator evolves in the opposite direction to the desirable path Without changes No evaluation (e.g. series to short or irregular; inconclusive) * Each circle represents one indicator. Source: «Sustainable development goals - 2030 Agenda. Indicators for Portugal - 2015/2021», Statistics Portugal.

20 Availability of SDG indicators for Portugal 62% 43% 86% 67% 50% 64% 83% 81% 92% 71% 67% 38% 50% 50% 79% 58% 66% 63% Available Not available, under assessment

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