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  • 2-juin-2017

    Français

    Déclaration de M. Angel Gurría, Secrétaire général de l’OCDE, au sujet de la décision des États-Unis de se retirer de l’Accord de Paris sur le climat

    Le changement climatique est un défi évident et incontestable qui appelle une réponse à l’échelle mondiale. L’Accord de Paris a été soigneusement élaboré pour donner un cadre à l’effort commun de plus de 190 pays visant à relever ce défi.

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  • 31-May-2017

    English

    The Empirics of Enabling Investment and Innovation in Renewable Energy - Environment Working Paper

    This paper undertakes econometric analysis to assess the impacts of climate mitigation policies and the quality of the investment environment on investment and innovation in renewable power in OECD and G20 countries. It also assesses how countries’ investment environments interact with climate mitigation policies to influence investment and patent activity in renewable power.

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  • 23-mai-2017

    Français

    Agir contre le changement climatique peut stimuler la croissance économique

    Selon un nouveau rapport de l’OCDE établi dans le cadre de la présidence allemande du G20, intégrer à la politique économique courante des mesures de lutte contre le changement climatique peut avoir un impact positif sur la croissance économique à moyen et long terme.

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  • 18-mai-2017

    Français

    L'économie de la mer en 2030

    Ce rapport explore les perspectives de croissance de l'économie de la mer, sa capacité à créer de l'emploi dans le futur et son rôle dans la gestion des défis mondiaux. Une attention particulière est accordée aux industries émergentes liées à la mer compte tenu de leur potentiel de croissance et d'innovation, et de leur contribution à résoudre les questions de sécurité énergétique, d'environnement, du changement climatique et de la sécurité alimentaire.

    Le rapport examine les risques et les incertitudes concernant le développement futur des industries liées à la mer, les innovations requises en science et technologie pour soutenir leur progression, leur contribution potentielle à la croissance verte et certaines implications pour la gestion des océans. Enfin, en examinant l'économie de la mer dans son ensemble, la publication explore les possibilités d'action susceptibles de stimuler les perspectives de développement à long terme, tout en gérant l'utilisation de la mer de manière responsable et durable.

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  • 11-May-2017

    English

    We need leaders to act in service of future generations

    More than any other leader in modern history, Nelson Mandela understood that a society must bridge divides and work together to thrive. He also firmly believed that we must strive to leave our children with a safer, more peaceful and more prosperous world than the one we inherited. He said that “there can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children”.

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  • 25-April-2017

    English

    The Political Economy of Biodiversity Policy Reform

    This report provides insights on the political economy of biodiversity related policy reforms. It draws on existing literature and four new case studies covering the French tax on pesticides, agricultural subsidy reform in Switzerland, EU payments to Mauritania and Guinea-Bissau to finance marine protected areas via conservation trust funds, and individually transferable quotas for fisheries in Iceland. Each case study focusses on the drivers of reform, the types of obstacles encountered, key features of the policy reform, and the lessons learned from the reform experience.

  • 30-March-2017

    English

    Green Growth Indicators

    Green growth is about fostering economic growth and development while ensuring that natural assets continue to provide the resources and environmental services on which our well-being relies. Governments need indicators that can raise awareness, measure progress and identify potential opportunities and risks.

  • 22-March-2017

    English

    Diffuse Pollution, Degraded Waters - Emerging Policy Solutions

    After decades of regulation and investment to reduce point source water pollution, OECD countries still face water quality challenges (e.g. eutrophication) from diffuse agricultural and urban sources of pollution, that is disperse pollution from surface runoff, soil filtration and atmospheric deposition. The relative lack of progress reflects the complexities of controlling multiple pollutants from multiple sources, their high spatial and temporal variability, associated transactions costs, and limited political acceptability of regulatory measures. This report outlines the water quality challenges facing OECD countries today, presents a range of policy instruments and innovative case studies of diffuse pollution control, and concludes with an integrated policy framework to tackle diffuse water pollution. An optimal approach will likely entail a mix of policy interventions reflecting the basic OECD principles of water quality management – pollution prevention, treatment at source, the polluter pays and beneficiary pays principles, equity, and policy coherence.

  • 8-March-2017

    English

    Webinar: Behavioural Insights - Changing Human Behaviour for Green Growth

    The GGKP held a webinar on 8 March to explore evidence-based research on how behavioural science can further resource efficiency and sustainable consumption. Watch the webinar recording.

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  • 2-March-2017

    English

    Green Growth and Sustainable Development Forum

    Save the date: The 2017 GGSD Forum will focus on “Greening the Ocean Economy” by exploring how the ocean-based industries and policies can help preserve and sustain marine and ocean resources and ecosystems while also obtaining economic development; and will take place on 21-22 November 2017 at the OECD conference Centre in Paris, France.

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