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Statistics on Profiles and Relationships (1996-2000)

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Indication of the developments in the course of the Ecolynx Project (Information Context for Biodiversity Conservation) funded by the European Union within the framework of Info2000. See also statistics on Feedback Loops Linking World Problems

The type codes by which problems and strategies are distinguished in the following table are explained in separate documents (World Problems: Type Codes; Global Strategies: Type Codes) but a summary indicating their equivalence is given below

 

Problems – Issues Strategies—Solutions
  Profiles Relationships Profiles Relationships
  1996 2000 % 1996 2000 % 1996 2000 % 1996 2000 %

A

0

196

n.a.

0

3,507

n.a.

0

1,518

n.a.

0

16,767

n.a.

B

170

187

10

5,300

7,090

34

158

154

-3

3,697

4,253

15

C

575

722

26

13,816

19,347

40

1,100

1,089

-1

17,096

25,206

47

D

2,162

2,740

27

30,613

52,451

71

3,315

3,452

4

19,374

43,329

124

E

3,857

5,378

39

29,626

52,587

78

3,008

5,298

76

11,092

50,677

357

F

3,072

3,917

28

38,625

61,604

59

1,382

1,972

43

7,015

19,580

179

G

2,153

30,279

1306

5,979

47,112

688

7,685

13,107

71

3,604

69,059

1,816

Other

214

12,716

5,842

905

26,255

2,801

12,850

6,105

-52

61,129

34,070

-44

Total

12,203

56,135

360

124,864

269,953

116

29,498

32,695

11

123,007

262,941

114

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Types Problems – Issues Strategies—Solutions

A

Abstract fundamental problems Abstract fundamental strategies

B

Basic universal problems Basic universal strategies

C

Cross-sectoral problems Cross-sectoral strategies

D

Detailed problems Detailed strategies

E

Emanations of other problems Emanations of other strategies

F

Exceptional problems Exceptional strategies

G

Very specific problems Very specific strategies

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