The OECD has been working on climate change economics and policy since the late 1980s, and works closely with governments to help them identify and implement least-cost policies to reduce GHG emissions and thereby limit global warming, as well as to integrate adaptation to climate change into all relevant sectors and policy areas. The OECD is also looking at how measures that governments are taking to spur economic growth can best be formulated so that they support – and do not work against – the objectives of moving towards a green, low-carbon economy. Given the global nature of climate change, the OECD is in a unique position to assist countries put climate policy on a solid economic footing consistent with frameworks for development.
Economic and policy analysis on climate change
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CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES ON CLIMATE CHANGE
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