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Environment Ministers adopted an ambitious OECD Environmental Strategy when they met in 2001. It aims to provide clear directions for environmentally sustainable policies in OECD member countries, and guides the work of the OECD in the field of environment.
OECD Environmental Strategy Environment Ministers of OECD countries met in Paris on 16 May 2001 to discuss the main environmental concerns OECD Member countries face and adopt an OECD Environmental Strategy for the First Decade of the 21st Century.
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Indicateurs-clés d'environnement approuvés par les Ministères de l'environnement des pays de l'OCDE à leur réunion en 2001.
Pour éviter à notre environnement des dommages irréversibles au cours des vingt années à venir, il est indispensable que les gouvernements entreprennent sans délai de modifier leurs politiques dans un certain nombre de domaines clairement identif...
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The Special Session on Material Flow Accounting was organised following a joint proposal by the United States and Japan at the 29th meeting of the Working Group on Environmental Information and Outlooks.
This book examines progress towards the effective measurement of sustainable development, presenting the wide range of initiatives and indicators that are already in place.
Experience shows that the availability of environmental data, indicators and information helps improve the accountability of public authorities to public opinion in their own country and beyond.
This publication reviews a number of initiatives undertaken within the OECD to monitor trends in the sustainability of specific sectors and sub-national areas.
The aim of this seminar was to take stock of current environmental monitoring practices in China and in OECD countries.
The indicators in this report are intended to promote the integration of environmental concerns into transport policies.