The existential threat of climate change, and the interlinked biodiversity crisis and the multiple impacts of both, including on people, must be addressed as a core economic challenge. This requires broader whole-of-government strategies to achieve strong, sustainable, fair and resilient growth. In doing so, governments must manage a complex political economy of reform and pursue a transformation that creates opportunity for all.
At this critical moment, with the urgent need to turn climate ambitions into practical action and outcomes, the OECD supports countries with policies for mitigation, adaptation and resilience, as well as with overall economic transformation strategies. Find OECD work on climate action by theme: