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  • 27-June-2001

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  • 27-June-2001

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  • 8-October-1999

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  • 8-October-1999

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    Towards More Sustainable Household Consumption Patterns: Indicators to Measure Progress

    This report is part of the OECD work programmes on environmental indicators and on sustainable consumption. It further contributes to the OECD-wide project on sustainable development indicators. It builds on...

  • 13-July-1999

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  • 1-March-1998

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    Water Consumption and Sustainable Water Resources Management.

    Water is a vital resource for human health, economic development and environmental quality. Over the past three decades, OECD member countries have made major strides in the management of their water resources. Increasingly, however, water is com...

  • 1-March-1998

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    Towards Sustainable Consumption Patterns

    Addressing unsustainable patterns of consumption is a crucial challenge for OECD Member countries in tackling environmental problems. However, measures to influence consumer demand have, in the past, received less attention than measures to influ...

  • 1-July-1997

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    Sustainable Consumption and Production: Clarifying the Concepts

    Eco-efficiency, carrying capacity, eco-space, ecological footprints -- these are some of the broad concepts that have been advocated to guide industrial economies towards more sustainable patterns of consumption and production. Each concept rests...

  • 1-June-1997

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    Sustainable Consumption and Production.

    OECD countries are the largest consumers of natural resources: their consumption and production patterns have significant environmental, economic and social impacts across the world. Awareness is growing of the need to uncouple high living standa...

  • 21-March-1996

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