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The need to manage pollution, natural resources and biodiversity in France continues to be a major challenge. The OECD Environmental Performance Review of France highlights the effectiveness of the environmental policy pursued by France;
The main objective of the Workshop on the Safety of Manufactured Nanomaterials was to determine the “state-of–the–art” for the safety assessment of manufactured nanomaterials with a particular focus on identifying future needs for risk assessment within a regulatory context.
This report proposes an overview of the current programmes designed to elaborate children's environmental health indicators. It also examines their consistency with OECD guidelines on the development and measurement of indicators, in order to determine their usefulness to OECD member countries.
The need to manage pollution, natural resources and biodiversity in France continues to be a major challenge. This OECD Environmental Performance Review puts forward 49 recommendations with the aim of strengthening the initiatives under way in the field of sustainable development in France.
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In the context of the work undertaken on the economic valuation of children's environmental health, this report considers current programmes in an overview designed to elaborate children's environmental health indicators.
This report presents the main generic management system standards (i.e. those MS standards used internationally and across business sectors) with special reference to the chemical industry.
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China's State Environmental Protection Administration and the OECD organised a workshop, 9-10 August 2005 in Kunming to discuss experience with environmental performance assessment in Yunnan Province and its implications for conducting an OECD Environmental Performance Review of China.
This paper addresses a number of questions dealing with the links between private and public financial flows to developing countries and environmental performance in those countries. ....
The Guidelines developed by the EAP Task Force in 1995, were used as a benchmark for conducing performance reviews of several environmental funds.
The Guidelines (OECD, 1995) recommend the key internationally-recognised good standards for institutional set-up, management and performance of environmental funds.