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  • 5-février-2019

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    Coût de l’inaction et rareté des ressources : Conséquences pour la croissance économique à long terme (CIRCLE)

    Ce projet vise à évaluer comment le changement climatique, la rareté des ressources naturelles et autres aspects négatifs impactant l’environnement sont sont susceptibles d’affecter la croissance économique dans les décennies à venir. Il s’agit d'une évaluation globale à grande échelle qui englobe les implications de plusieurs défis environnementaux sur la croissance économique.

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  • 30-January-2019

    English

    Message from Rodolfo Lacy, Director for the Environment Directorate

    We are at the eve of a decisive decade for the Planet. This year gives our countries the opportunity to gain a head start on the adoption of transformational policies in anticipation of a reinvigorated Environment Agenda in 2020. In many global environmental domains, we will see new goals and targets up for adoption by international regimes.

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  • 30-January-2019

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    Australia needs to intensify efforts to meet its 2030 emissions goal

    Australia has made some progress replacing coal with natural gas and renewables in electricity generation yet remains one of the most carbon-intensive OECD countries and one of the few where greenhouse gas emissions (excluding land use and forestry) have risen in the past decade. The country will fall short of its 2030 emissions target without a major effort to move to a low-carbon model, according to a new OECD report.

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  • 30-January-2019

    English

    OECD Environmental Performance Reviews: Australia 2019

    Australia has managed to decouple economic growth from the main environmental pressures and has made impressive progress in expanding protected areas. However, it is one of the most resource- and carbon-intensive OECD countries, and the state of its biodiversity is poor and worsening.  Advancing towards a greener economy will require strengthening climate-change policy and mainstreaming biodiversity more effectively across sectors.This is the third Environmental Performance Review of Australia. It evaluates progress towards sustainable development and green growth, and includes special features on threatened species protection and sustainable use of biodiversity and chemical management.
  • 30-January-2019

    English

    Environmental Performance Reviews 2019: Statistical Annexes for Australia and Turkey

    Companion data to the Environmental Performance Reviews of Australia and Turkey.

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  • 28-January-2019

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    Highlights: OECD Environmental Performance Review of Australia 2019

    Australia is one of the world’s 17 megadiverse countries and among the ten largest greenhouse gas (GHG) emitters in the OECD. It thus has considerable responsibility in global environmental protection efforts. Steady economic growth has helped improve the living standard of its growing population. However, the economy remains among the most energy- and carbon-intensive in the OECD.

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  • 28-January-2019

    English

    Saving Costs in Chemicals Management - How the OECD Ensures Benefits to Society

    The chemical industry is one of the largest industrial sectors in the world and is expected to grow fourfold by 2060. Indeed modern life without chemicals would be inconceivable. Given the potential environmental and human health risks from exposure to chemicals, governments and industry have a major responsibility to ensure that chemicals are produced and used safely.The OECD assists countries in developing and implementing policies and instruments that protect human health and the environment, and in making their systems for managing chemicals as efficient as possible. To eliminate duplication of work and avoid non-tariff barriers to trade, emphasis has been on developing shared frameworks for gathering and assessing information on potential chemical risks. The time-tested OECD Mutual Acceptance of Data (MAD) system provides a major basis for generating savings to governments and industry. This report provides an overview of the benefits and estimates the total savings from OECD work to be more than EUR 309 million per year.
  • 24-January-2019

    English

    “What will a changing ocean mean to us, our jobs and markets?”

    The iconic ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau once said “For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive; in this century he is beginning to realise that, in order to survive, he must protect it.”

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  • 23-janvier-2019

    Français

    Responsabilité élargie du producteur et l'impact des ventes en ligne - Document de travail de l'environnement

    La responsabilité élargie des producteurs (REP) est une approche politique visant à accroître la récupération et le recyclage des déchets. Les systèmes de REP visent à responsabiliser les producteurs à l’égard des incidences de leurs produits sur l’environnement, de la conception à la fin de leur cycle de vie. Ce rapport se concentre sur le libre-échange des producteurs, que l’augmentation rapide des ventes en ligne a exacerbée.

  • 23-janvier-2019

    Français

    Responsabilité élargie du producteur

    L’OCDE définit la responsabilité élargie des producteurs (REP) comme une approche de politique environnementale dans laquelle la responsabilité d’un producteur à l’égard d’un produit s’étend au stade post-consommation de son cycle de vie.

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