The OECD is preparing policy recommendations and practical tools for governments to move towards greener growth. The Interim Report of the Green Growth Strategy, presented to the Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM) in May 2010, contains preliminary findings on a number of key issues. The Synthesis Report will be delivered to the MCM in May 2011 and will address a broader range of issues. The OECD welcomes comments on the Synthesis Report as it develops.
The Green Growth Strategy Workshop, 10-11 February 2011, brought together policymakers and experts across OECD and partner countries, as well as a range of stakeholders from international organisations, business, and civil society to review the first draft of the Synthesis Report.
Read more about the Green Growth Strategy.
L-R: Robert Ford, Deputy Director, Economics, Secretary-General Angel Gurría and Simon Upton, Director, Environment at the closing session of the Green Growth Strategy Workshop, 10-11 February 2011.
- February 2011: The first draft of the Synthesis Report is available for comment until 28 February.
- Late March 2011: Second draft of the Synthesis Report will be available for comment until mid-April.
- End April 2011: Synthesis Report and Report on Indicators released
- 24-26 May 2011: OECD Forum/Meeting of the OECD Council at Ministerial Level
Online consultation process
The online consultation takes place on the secure website International Green Growth Dialogue. The site was created to increase international co-ordination and discussion around green growth issues and to provide a platform to exchange lessons learned as well as best practices. The dialogue is open to a large community of representatives from a wide range of policy areas, from government, international organisations, civil society and business in over 40 countries. Access can be granted to interested parties from these fields.
To register, email your contact details, including the name of your organisation to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If your registration is accepted, you will receive your login details and more information about the consultation process. Users will also receive a regular newsletter on green growth topics.
All input submitted will be gathered on the International Green Growth Dialogue site and will be visible to the user community for the site (unless confidentiality is specifically requested). The input will be considered by the team responsible for writing the Synthesis Report. A summary of points raised and a discussion of how these have been taken into account will also be posted on the site within two months after the consultation deadline.
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OECD work on green growth