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Policy recommendations on agriculture and climate change mitigation and adaptation from OECD, last updated April 2016.
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Policy recommendations on agriculture and water from OECD, last updated April 2016.
The new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) include a significant number of interconnected objectives related to agriculture and food.
One of the key institutions that can play a role in steering the delivery of the SDGs by highlighting trade-offs, enabling policies across issue areas to address multiple and sometimes competing objectives is the Centre of Government.
The CCXG is a group of government delegates and experts from OECD and other industrialised countries. Its aim is to promote dialogue on and enhance understanding of technical issues in the international climate change negotiations. Summaries and presentations of the Global Forum on the Environment and Climate Change - organised by the CCXG, in March 2016 are now available.
The 2016 Green Growth and Sustainable Development Forum (GGSD Forum) will take place on 9-10 November 2016 at the OECD conference centre in Paris, France. It will focus on “Urban green growth, spatial planing an land use” by evaluating the environmental and economic outcomes of different land use and spatial planning policies.
The OECD will convene the 2016 edition of its Global Forum on Development on the theme of "From Commitment to Actual Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Policies, data and financing", on 31 March 2016 in Paris.
The Forum is a venue that brings together international experts from member and non member economies to share experiences and explore common policy issues focusing principally on the environmental dimension of sustainable development and its linkages with economic and social policies. Next Forum “Towards quantifying the links between environment and economic growth” to be held in October 2016 at the OECD Headquarters.
Read the latest OECD Insights blog written by Mrs. Gabriela Ramos, Special Counsellor to the OECD Secretary-General, Chief of Staff and G20 Sherpa.
A dirty, rundown environment has quantifiable costs for the economy and the well-being of societies. For example, the welfare costs of air pollution from road transport alone are estimated to amount to around 1.7 trillion USD in OECD countries, 1.4 trillion USD in China and 0.5 trillion in India.