OECD Forum 2016: 31 May - 1 June

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  • gain insights into global policy trends and engage with business leaders, policy makers, prestigious academics and leaders of civil society

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Forum Issues in Figures: Climate change and inaction


Tackling climate change may be costly, but not tackling it will cost even more.

And the longer we wait to act, the more our environment, our health and our economies will be damaged.

Find out more about the likely impacts of rising GHG concentrations on global temperature, and how that will affect all of us.

Read more on Climate change: consequences of inaction

Forum 2015 Issues


Investment is essential to place economies on sustainable growth paths while addressing inequalities, fostering innovation, helping the transition towards low-carbon economies and financing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Unemployment increases the risk of poverty, ill health as well as the levels of inequality within our societies. It undermines the confidence and trust of citizens in governments, markets, businesses and institutions at large.


I‌nvestment, new technologies and business models are essential to spur our transition to an economy combining sustainable growth with reduced impact on the environment, and to harness the latter as a source of new inclusive growth. 


Ongoing innovation is offering promising solutions to challenges in areas such as health, ageing, climate change, food security, and represents an increasingly significant source of future economic growth. 

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2015 Forum Sponsors and Partners

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