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Opportunities for climate mitigation and adaptation lie in the shift to climate-smart infrastructure, as laid out in the report "Financing Climate Futures: Rethinking Infrastructure", by the OECD, UN Environment and the WorldBank Group. This report shows that limiting warming to 1.5°C will involve “annual average investment needs in the energy system of around US$2.4 trillion” between 2016 and 2035.
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A clean energy revolution in sub-Saharan Africa is urgently needed to win the fight against energy poverty, to promote robust development and to make it more sustainable. As part as the Financing Climate Futures initiative by the OECD, UN Environment and the WorldBank Group, this report takes an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities to provide clean energy access in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Environmental Performance Reviews provide an independent assessment and targeted recommendations aimed at improving policies that impact the environment. The third Environmental Performance Review of Denmark will take stock of the progress made since 2007. OECD Member countries will approve the recommendations of this report in May 2019. http://oe.cd/epr
Turkey will see its greenhouse gas emissions continue their steady rise of recent years without concrete actions to improve energy efficiency and increase the use of renewable energy sources, according to a new OECD report.
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Highlights: OECD Environmental Performance Review of Turkey 2019 (Turkish) Öne çıkanlar: OECD Çevresel Performans İncelemeleri Türkiye 2019
Les Examens environnementaux représentent un processus de recherches et d'analyses très complètes, afin d'aider les gouvernements à améliorer les politiques qui ont un impact sur l'environnement. Les brochures présentent les étapes-clés du processus, pour chaque examen à venir : l'Australie, l'Indonésie et la Turquie (parutions prévues en 2019).
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of congestion pricing on the demand for clean transport modes. It draws on an empirical analysis of the effect of Milan’s congestion charge on the use of bike sharing. The analysis indicates that congestion pricing increases daily bike-sharing use by at least 5% in the short term.