Publications & Documents


  • 29-March-2011

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    Green growth and consumer behaviour

    Consumers account for more than 60% of final consumption in the OECD area, and can have a major impact on green growth through their purchasing choices.

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  • 28-March-2011

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    OECD work on Sustainable Development

    This brochure gives an overview of OECD Sustainable Development programmes and initiatives, including key achievements and special initiatives for 2009-2010, and the Annual Meeting of Sustainable Development Experts (AMSDE) Activity Report.

  • 28-March-2011

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    Energy Policies of IEA Countries: New Zealand 2010

    The International Energy Agency's periodic review of New Zealand's energy policies and programmes.  This edition finds that New Zealand’s strong commitment to liberalised energy markets has delivered a relatively high level of energy security and economic prosperity for consumers. Since the previous IEA review in 2006, the government has built on the success of existing policy mechanisms and implemented a number of far-reaching

  • 15-March-2011

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    Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Norway 2011

    The International Energy Agency's 2011 comprehensive review of Norways energy policies and programmes. The review finds that Norway has a unique twin role as a major oil and gas producer and a strong global advocate of climate change mitigation. As the third-largest exporter of energy in the world, it contributes to global energy security by providing reliable supplies to consuming countries. At the same time, the Norwegians highly

  • 15-March-2011

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    Better Policies to Support Eco-innovation

    This report reviews policies in OECD countries. It studies selected eco-innovations (e.g. carbon capture and storage, electric vehicles and fuel cells) and explains why policies differ in Canada, France, or Germany.

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  • 2-March-2011

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    Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Poland 2011

    The International Energy Agency's comprehensive 2011 review Poland's energy policies and programmes.  The review finds that Poland has made commendable efforts to develop a solid energy policy framework over the last years. As energy security is a high policy priority, the country is enhancing gas supply security by building an LNG terminal, expanding underground storage capacity and increasing domestic gas production. Polish plans

  • 1-March-2011

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    OECD Observer - Fostering an ecosystem of innovation

    One area where governments have been looking to raise revenues is green taxes. And with good reason. Taxes can provide a clear incentive to reduce environmental damage.

  • 1-March-2011

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    OECD Observer - Green tax potential

    One area where governments have been looking to raise revenues is green taxes. And with good reason. Taxes can provide a clear incentive to reduce environmental damage.

  • 1-March-2011

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    Interaction of Policies for Renewable Energy and Climate

    This paper explores the relationships between climate policy and renewable energy policy instruments.

  • 1-March-2011

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    OECD Observer - New growth doesn't have to cost the earth

    WWF's 2010 Living Planet Report demonstrates that we are currently using 50% more resources than earth can provide. If we allow current trends to continue, by 2030 we will need two planets to support us. It's clear that 'business-as-usual' is not the pathway to a prosperous future.

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