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OECD has initiated a new project to help Member countries and others assess and mange the impacts of chemicals throughout their life cycle (i.e., from production of a chemical substances, to distribution, use, recycling and/or recovery and final ...
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Changing unsustainable household consumption patterns is crucial for achieving the goal of sustainable development in OECD countries. Households affect the environment through their energy and water consumption, waste generation, transport patter...
OECD, in co-operation with the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany, hosted an open international conference on environmental fiscal reform, on 27 June 2002 in Berlin, Germany.
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This document presents the Summary and Main Conclusions of the Conference on Environmental Fiscal Reform, held in Berlin in June 2002.
This report comprises the outcomes from the OECD Workshop on Waste Prevention: Toward Performance Indicators. Part 1 includes the synthesis, discussion and recommendations report. Part 2 provides the agenda, documentation and outcomes of breakout group discuss
Foreign direct investment (FDI) is one of the forces fostering closer economic interdependence among countries. The rapid increase in FDI flows has generated considerable debate about its environmental and social implications in host countries.
This publication presents the proceedings of an OECD workshop on domestic TPs held in September 2001 in Paris.
This report presents the main output of the OECD Workshop on Audits and Inspections related to Chemical Accident Prevention, Preparedness and Response, which took place in Madrid, Spain, on 6-9 March 2001.
This report presents the main output of the OECD Special Session on Environmental Consequences of Chemical Accidents, which took place in Paris, on 28 November 2000.
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This document outlines the analytical framework for an OECD project on Development and Climate Change.