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Country inventory from Slovak Republic as of 2005 on financial support in fisheries.
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Czech Republic financial support in fisheries as of 2005.
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Country inventory of Italy as of 2005 on financial support in fisheries.
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The concept of sustainable development encompasses three dimensions of welfare - economic, environmental and social - and involves complex synergies and trade -offs among them. This Statistics Brief presents an update on progress in the development of indicators of sustainable development and describes some of the challenges that lie ahead.
This report proposes an overview of the current programmes designed to elaborate children's environmental health indicators. It also examines their consistency with OECD guidelines on the development and measurement of indicators, in order to determine their usefulness to OECD member countries.
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In the context of the work undertaken on the economic valuation of children's environmental health, this report considers current programmes in an overview designed to elaborate children's environmental health indicators.
Governance is the next issue the People’s Republic of China needs to tackle. This report shows how governance impacts on public action by looking at different policy sectors, takes stock of the progress made in public management and public finance, and explores policy options for the future.
This workshop proceedings examines evaluation of agri-environmental policies to see how effective policies have been and what policy makers have learned.
Agricultural support policies affect the pattern and structure of agricultural production, with consequences for the environment. But what are these impacts and how might they be affected by further agricultural policy reform and trade liberalisation? What are governments doing...
Work has been undertaken on how national governments and other public authorities could generate both direct and indirect environmental benefits through greener public purchasing programmes and initiatives.