Early results show that Copenhagen is well advanced on the path to a green economy; however, building on recent achievements, more can be done to accelerate the transition and secure Copenhagen’s leadership position in green industries and foster a green way of life for its citizens
This study explores the policy implications of recent OECD research into whether renewable energy can help to develop rural economies, as well as giving insights on how to design and implement effective renewable energy policy in rural areas.
This paper presents recent work to produce environmental indicators at the regional level from geographic data sources. New indicators have been tested and produced in five different domains: land cover, forest ecosystems, urban density, CO2 emissions, and air quality.
Regional and rural
Green growth issues are also dealt with in the OECD , Rural Policy Reviews and Territorial Reviews series, including recent studies on Québec, Canada, Guangdong, China, Chicago, USA, and the NORA Region.