Legal Acts / Standards


15-April-2010

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OECD Legal Acts Database

The Organisation's governing body, the Council, has the power to adopt legal instruments, usually referred to as "the OECD Acts". These Acts are the result of the substantive work carried out in the Organisation's Committees.

8-April-2010

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Recommendation of the Council on Information and Communication Technologies and the Environment [C(2010)61]

Recommends that, in establishing or reviewing their policies for communication technologies and the environment, Members take due account of and implement the principles, which provide a general framework for enhancing the contribution of ICTs to improving environmental performance.

25-June-2009

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Declaration on Green Growth [C/MIN(2009)5/ADD1/FINAL]

The OECD can, through policy analysis and identification of best practices, assist countries in their efforts to respond to the growing policy demands to foster green growth and work with countries to develop further measures to build sustainable economies.

6-June-2006

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Recommendation of the Council on Good Practices for Public Environmental Expenditure Management [C(2006)84]

Recommends that Member countries take effective measures to ensure that public environmental expenditure programmes are environmentally effective, economically efficient and managed in accordance with sound principles of public expenditure management.

21-April-2004

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Recommendation of the Council on Assessment and Decision-Making for Integrated Transport and Environment Policy [C(200480]

Confirms the importance Member countries attach to integrated transport and environment policy and decision making; and recommends that systematic evaluation of economic, social and environmental effects should underpin all transport plans and programs.

23-January-2002

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Recommendation of the Council on Improving the Environmental Performance of Public Procurement [C(2002)3]

Recommends that Member countries take greater account of environmental considerations in public procurement of products and services in order to improve the environmental performance of public procurement.

20-February-1996

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Recommendation of the Council on Improving the Environmental Performance of Government [C(96)39/FINAL]

Recommends that Member countries should develop and apply strategies for continually improving the environmental performance of their governments by integrating environmental considerations into all facets of government operations and facilities, including related decision-making processes.

23-July-1992

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Recommendation of the Council on Integrated Coastal Zone Management [C(92)114/FINAL]

Recommends that, to help achieve the goals of ecologically sustainable development and integrated resource management, strategic planning and integrated management of coastal zones should be developed, and implemented by Member countries.

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