The OECD designed the Green Growth Indicators to help countries assess and compare their progress. The measurement framework combines the main features of green growth with the basic principles of accounting and the pressure-state-response model. The green growth indicators have been selected based on three well-specified criteria: analytical soundness, measurability and policy relevance.
Green Growth Indicators development requires progress on two fronts: methodological development and addressing data gaps. National statistics agencies have an important role to play here.
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