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This document is Part I of the proceedings from the OECD international conference, "PRTRs: National and Global Responsibility", which took place in Tokyo, 9-11 September 1998. It was hosted by the Environment Agency of Japan and held in co-opera...
This document is Part II of the proceedings from the OECD international conference, "PRTRs: National and Global Responsibility", which took place in Tokyo, 9-11 September 1998. It was hosted by the Environment Agency of Japan and held in co-oper...
Adequate water pricing in the agricultural sector is a key factor in maintaining the operational capacity of water supply systems. Making irrigators pay for the costs they impose on public and private suppliers contributes to restraining short-term water demands.
The objectives of this report are two-fold: to update inventory information about existing water price levels and structures in households in as many OECD countries as possible; and to generate comparative interpretations of that data.
The main objectives of this report are: - to update inventory information about industrial water prices in OECD countries; and - to generate comparative interpretations of that data, using an appropriate analytical framework. The report is org...
Report of the Survey of OECD Member Countries' Approaches to the Regulation of Biocides Part 1 of Annex 4 - Detailed Information on Data Requirements.
This report presents the conclusions and recommendations made by the OECD/FAO Workshop on Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Risk Reduction, held in Neuchâtel, Switzerland on 28 June-2 July 1998.
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This Seminar on the Social and Environment Interface was part of the preparation for the second cycle of OECD Environmental Performance Reviews. It was held on 22-24 September 1999 in Paris.
Environmental permits have played a major role in improving industry's environmental performance across the last few decades. Because they adopt a precautionary approach during the setting of environmental requirements, permitting strategies have...