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What Have We Learned from Attempts to Introduce Green-Growth Policies?


No 2013/2, OECD Green Growth Papers from OECD Publishing

Abstract: Long-term projections suggest that without policy changes, the continuation of business-as-usual economic growth and development will have serious impacts on natural resources and the ecosystem services on which human well-being depends. This highlights the necessity for both developed and developing countries to move to a new growth path that is consistent with the protection of the environment and a sustainable use of scarce natural resources, while still achieving sizeable gains in living standards and reducing poverty...

Date: 2013-03-27
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