The OECD has conducted over 90 environmental performance reviews (EPRs) of member countries and selected partners. Three reviews are of Key Partner countries: Brazil, the People's Republic of China and South Africa. A Green Growth Policy Review of Indonesia will be released in 2019.
“Policy Instruments for the Environment” (PINE) is a unique database gathering detailed information on policy instruments relevant for environmental protection and natural resource management. The database contains information on multiple types of policy instruments and covers more than 90 countries globally.
Les examens environnementaux s’appuient sur des informations attestées, sur des faits précis et sur des données nationales et internationales fiables.
At a time when nationalism is rising and individual countries are facing a growing array of threats, it is critical that we recognize a shared and unprecedented global challenge: We need to double our infrastructure in the next decade to meet global development needs, while achieving a systematic shift away from business-as-usual, carbon-intensive options to low-emissions, resilient infrastructure, to avoid catastrophic climate change.
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This 2018 database update is established to facilitate the implementation of OECD Decision C(2001)107 on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Waste destined for Recovery Operation.
This report provides an overview of methodologies to evaluate the effectiveness of policy instruments for biodiversity, covering impact evaluation, cost-effectiveness analysis and other more commonly used approaches. It also provides an inventory of biodiversity-relevant impact evaluation studies, across both terrestrial and marine ecosystems.
The landmark report by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change paints a grim picture of our future if climate change continues to intensify. This year’s extreme weather events – record breaking heatwaves, wildfires, heavy rains, major tropical storms, diminishing Arctic sea ice – could soon become our daily reality. With only 12 years left to contain global warming to 1.5 degrees, we need to take bold and decisive action.
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On 10 December in Katowice, the 9th annual High-Level Breakfast on Institutional Investors and the Low-carbon Transition, co-hosted by the OECD and the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC), highlighted significant progress in mobilising green institutional investment, as well as important remaining challenges.