Costa Rica adheres to the OECD Declaration on Green Growth!
There are now 39 signatories to the OECD Declaration on Green Growth! Costa Rica has joined Colombia, Morocco, Tunisia, as well as OECD members in having adhered to the declaration!
We welcome Costa Rica’s adherence to the OECD Green Growth Declaration, and look forward to strengthening our co-operation in the area of green growth and environment policies. We know that Costa Rica is committed to green growth through encouraging green investment and the sustainable management of natural resources, both of which are important approaches highlighted in the Declaration.
We are also pleased to be working with Costa Rica to support its initiative on applying the OECD’s green growth indicators to measure the country’s progress so far, as well as to identify areas of national concern and the scope for improving the design, choice and performance of policies in support of greener growth.
Building on the general framework developed in the Green Growth Strategy, the OECD is mainstreaming green growth in its national and multilateral policy surveillance exercises to provide policy advice that is targeted to the needs of individual countries. These include the Economic Surveys, Environmental Performance Reviews, Innovation Reviews, and Investment Policy Reviews, as well as the Going for Growth annual report and the Green Cities Programme. These analyses will cover advanced, emerging and other economies.
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