Publications & Documents


  • 1-March-2007

    Russian, , 318kb

  • 27-February-2007

    English

    First Meeting of the DAC/EPOC Water Task Team - “Sustainable Financing to Ensure Affordable Access to Water Supply and Sanitation”

    This meeting of water experts is convened to “examine the possible scope of work, the most appropriate methodology for conducting a finance strategy for the water sector in selected country(ies), and the possible establishment of a Member-led Team”.

  • 26-February-2007

    English

  • 26-February-2007

    English

    Instrument mixes addressing non-point sources of water pollution

    This document presents case studies of instruments used to address non-point sources of water pollution in Denmark, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and in the Chesapeake Bay area of the United States.

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  • 21-February-2007

    English

  • 21-February-2007

    English

  • 20-February-2007

    English

    Instrument Mixes Addressing Household Waste

    The OECD Working Party on National Environmental Policy addressed over the period 2003-2006 the environmental effectiveness and economic efficiency of mixes of instruments used for environmental policy in a few selected areas.

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  • 19-February-2007

    Russian, , 718kb

  • 19-February-2007

    English, , 37kb

    OECD Environmental Outlook to 2030 - Co-operation with other Organisations

    OECD is working closely with other Inter-governmental Organisations producing environment-related Outlooks in 2006-2008. This co-operation strengthens the coherence and complementarities between the Outlooks, and minimises any duplication.

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  • 13-February-2007

    English, , 208kb

    Policy Brief: Improving Recycling Markets

    Societies produce ever-growing quantities of solid waste, from packaging to abandoned televisions and cars. Disposing of this waste, often by burying it in landfills or burning it, produces significant soil contamination, as well as air and water pollution. It is particularly important to manage hazardous solid waste safely and efficiently.One way of limiting the scale of the problem is to recycle waste where it is economic to do so.

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