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This annual report contains the review of 2005 OECD activities and studies relating to sustainable development. Although cross-cutting work is increasing, the OECD could do more to integrate the three pillars of sustainable development – economic, environmental and social – in its analyses.
These proceedings present an overview of approaches for assessing subsidies and associated taxes and look at country experiences in reforming subsidies in agriculture, fisheries, industry and transport.
This study advises policy makers on how to use market mechanism instruments (such as transferable access rights and individual transferable quotas) in fisheries management.
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Excerpt from the DAC Guidelines and References Series: Environmental Fiscal Reform for Poverty Reduction, OECD/DAC, 2005
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What is sustainable development and why is it important? Most people support the idea of sustainable development, but without fully understanding what it is. Most would agree that it implies a better balance between economic, environmental and social goals, and greater fairness in distributing the gains from growth among people and countries. It also concerns preserving the environment and natural resources as a basis for progress.
The report proposes an in-depth analysis of the main methodological difficulties associated with estimating the social value of a reduction in risk to children. It also underlines key policy implications and inputs for further research.
This document discusses the Design for Environment impacts of Extended Producer Responsibility policies.
Joint Workshop on Policy Coherence for Development in Fisheries by Development Assistance Committee (DAC) and the Committee for Fisheries (COFI) of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
An in-depth assessment of the most recent conceptual and methodological developments in cost-benefit analysis and the environment.
This book builds upon existing literature to simultaneously examine disparities in the distribution of environmental impacts of environmental policy and in the distribution of financial effects among households.