Nearly all OECD countries committed to achieving climate neutrality by 2050 or even earlier. However, no single country holds the key to solving the multitude of challenges in the transition towards an inclusive, green economy. Different situations will require different policy responses. It will be important that countries learn together and from one another:
What has worked well and why?
How can we most efficiently green our economies?
How can we promote an inclusive transition?
This platform offers practical policy examples of how OECD countries and partner economies have addressed the challenge of mitigating climate change in various sectors and at different government levels. The platform compiles policy responses and measures drawn from a broad range of OECD analysis, including country peer reviews. It facilitates knowledge exchange and experience-sharing on innovative approaches. Its ultimate goal is to inspire policy makers, business and civil society to take action to move us towards a net-zero world.
The content of the platform will grow over time based on feedback from users and ongoing OECD work.
Contact IPACinfo@oecd.org cc: Nathalie Girouard for more information.
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For more information, please contact: IPACinfo@oecd.org, cc: Ms. Nathalie Girouard, Head of the Environmental Performance and Information Division, OECD Environment Directorate.