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Environmental management and institutions in OECD countries

lessons from experience

by Magda Lovei

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • OECD countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Environmental management -- OECD countries.,
    • Environmental policy -- OECD countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 51-53)

      StatementMagda Lovei, Charles Weiss, Jr.
      SeriesWorld Bank technical paper ;, no. 391, Pollution management series, Environment Department papers.
      ContributionsWeiss, Charles.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGE320.O43 L68 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 53 p. ;
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL354567M
      ISBN 100821342045
      LC Control Number98014304

      and publication of a reference book on public expenditure management that was to address particular problems of developing countries and countries in transition. Two versions of the book were to be prepared: one for countries in South East Asia and another for countries . continuing concerns over global economic and environmental developments in many countries. These have been intensified by recent prolonged global energy, food and financial crises, and underscored by continued warnings from global scientists that society is in danger of transgressing.

        The Evolving Nature of the OECD. Over the past 50 years, the OECD has strengthened its global outreach by attracting new members and cooperating more closely with emerging ies that wish to become OECD members undergo a rigorous review process. The Council has established a standardized framework with five conditions to be addressed in accession . Figure 4. Forests are intensively used Fellings related to annual productive capacity, , top ten OECD countries Source: OECD Environment Statistics (database) 91%. 81%. Belgium. Estonia.

      The protection and progressive improvement of the quality of the environment is a major objective of the OECD Member countries. 2. The improvement of the environment should reflect and promote a new approach to economic growth that will take into account all components of the quality of life and not only the quantity of goods produced. The study revealed that income growth in the OECD countries and increase in the inflow of international tourists into the OECD member countries are significant endangering factors for the bloc’s.


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Environmental management and institutions in OECD countries. Washington, D.C. Environmental management and institutions in OECD countries: lessons from experience / Magda Lovei, Charles Weiss, Jr.

-(World Bank technical paper; no. ) (Pollution management series) Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. Environmental management-OECD countries. Environmental policy-OECD countries. Weiss. Environmental management and institutions in OECD countries: lessons from experience (English) Abstract.

The lessons from the country members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) summarized in this report should help developing and transitional country governments find effective ways and mechanisms to protect their populations.

This chapter reviews a range of policy instruments that OECD countries have put in place for waste and materials management and highlights good practices identified in the Environmental Performance Reviews ().In particular it reviews the following types of policy instruments: regulatory instruments, economic instruments, extended producer responsibility (EPR), green public purchasing, public.

Environmental Performance of Agriculture in OECD Countries Since Environmental Performance of Agriculture SourceOECD is the OECD online library of books, periodicals and statistical databases.

soil organic carbon, farm management, biodiversity and agricultural landscapes in great depth. These workshops brought together experts. Waste Management and the Circular Economy in Selected OECD Countries Evidence from Environmental Performance Reviews This report provides a cross-country review of waste, materials management and circular economy policies in selected OECD countries, drawing on OECD’s Environmental Performance Reviews during the period This article examines the relationship between national political and economic institutions and environmental performance since the early s in seventeen OECD countries.

After presenting hypotheses about some of the effects of the most important structural and institutional variables on performance, I test these hypotheses using a multiple.

The NEA seeks to assist its member countries in developing safe, sustainable, and societally acceptable strategies for the management of all types of radioactive materials, with particular emphasis on the management of long-lived waste and spent fuel and on decommissioning of disused nuclear facilities (OECD, b).

For host rocks in. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD; French: Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques, OCDE) is an intergovernmental economic organisation with 37 member countries, founded in to stimulate economic progress and world trade. It is a forum of countries describing themselves as committed to democracy and the market economy, providing a.

Service. This book is based on the results of the survey that was conducted in the 29 OECD countries. The report was prepared by János Bertók of the OECD Public Management Service. The author would like to thank the OECD countries that participated in the survey and especially the members of.

China has became the world’s largest urban nation with today over million urban citizens, a figure that is projected to reach million by Its national economy is already concentrated in cities: almost 65% of China’s GDP was produced in its 53 metropolitan regions in Although the scale of China’s urbanisation – and the growing number of metropolitan regions within.

For almost 30 years the OECD Environmental Performance Reviews (EPR) programme has supported countries' progress towards their environmental and sustainable development objectives.

DENMARK Denmark's energy and carbon intensities are among the lowest in the OECD area. Economic Outlook. Twice a year, the OECD publishes its economic outlook.

The OECD Economic Outlook analyzes the economic prospects for the 37 members and major non-member countries. The Outlook provides in-depth coverage of the economic policies needed for each member, as well as an overview for the total OECD area.

ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT The OECD is a unique forum where the governments of 30 democracies work together to address the economic, social and environmental challenges of globalisation.

Inthe USA produced more than million tonnes (EPA,OECD, a, OECD, b) of MSW, or kg per quantity of MSW generated in the OECD area in was more than million tonnes, or kg per inhabitant (OECD, b).Fig. 1a and b shows the MSW arisings in selected OECD countries and in China, as total weight and as kg/yr/capita, respectively.

OECD work on environment helps countries design and implement effective policies to address environmental problems and sustainably manage natural resources. It examines the linkages between the environment and economic, sectoral or social concerns in the various key topics below.

development in five OECD countries presenting efforts to develop truly inte-grated frameworks of effective institutions. The five selected countries, namely Canada, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom, while presenting many varied economic, environmental, social. Setting Environmental Goals, in Environmental Management, (Croner Publications, ).

Trade Implications of Environmental Labelling Programs, in Life-Cycle Management and Trade, (OECD, ). Information Exchange Among National Eco-labelling Programmes, in Global Environmental Labelling: Invitational Expert Seminar, (UNEP, ).

Conference. In most countries public debt management is one of the fastest growing financial activities demanding great attention from the State. Therefore, there is a need for broadening public governance.Cumpără cartea OECD Environmental Performance Reviews de Oecd Publishing la prețul de lei, cu livrare gratuită prin curier oriunde în România.Environmental commitments in the Constitution of the Kingdom of Bhutan 53 The influence of environmental disasters in the Philippines 58 National Adaptation Plans of Action (NAPAs) for climate change 62 Promoting effective environmental mainstreaming through national learning groups: examples from Tanzania and Zambia