Economic and institutional aspects of natural resources management in Georgia [ENV/EPOC/EAP/REPIN(2011)3]
Information for sustainable resource management: Key points for reformers in EECCA [ENV/EPOC/EAP/REPIN(2011)4]
Towards better management of natural capital: An assessment framework for Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia [ENV/EPOC/EAP/REPIN(2011)5]
Environmental liability for damage to natural resources in EECCA: Implementation of good international practices. Draft [ENV/EPOC/EAP/REPIN(2011)6]
The economic significance of natural resources: Key points for reformers in EECCA [ENV/EPOC/EAP/REPIN(2011)7]
Ten years of water sector reform in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia, 2011. The objectives of this report are (i) to evaluate the performance of the water and sanitation sector in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia (EECCA) over the last ten years and (ii) to identify key factors underlying that performance. The report draws policy recommendations to help countries stem the overall decline in WSS in EECCA, building on existing achievements, and tackle new challenges such as climate change, and public budget cuts in a context of global economic crisis.
Greening public budgets in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia, 2011. This analytical report presents the results from a survey of ten Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia (EECCA) countries on mainstreaming environmental programmes into public budgets. The analysis contains policy relevant recommendations on improving medium-term financial planning of environmental expenditure.
Greening public budgets in EECCA: Highlights for policy makers, 2011. The purpose of this Policy Brief is to present some of the major findings and conclusions that have emerged from a survey, conducted by the OECD, on medium-term budgeting practices in the environment sector in the countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia.
Towards green growth, 2011. This strategy provides a practical framework for governments in developed and developing countries to seize opportunities that arise when the economy and the environment work together.