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OECD Environmental Performance Reviews
OECD Environmental Performance Reviews: Austria 2013
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  26 nov 2013
Pages: 176 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264202917 , Code OCDE: 972013141P1
Prix:   €50 | $70 | £45 | ¥6500 | MXN900 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Description

This report is the third OECD review of Austria’s environmental performance. The report evaluates Austria's progress towards sustainable development and green growth, with a focus on chemicals management and climate change adaptation.


Tables des matières:

General notes 11
Executive summary 13
PART I. PROGRESS TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Chapter 1.
Key environmental trends 19
-1. Introduction 20
-2. Transition to a low-carbon, energy- and resource-efficient economy 23
-3. Managing the natural asset base 32
-4. Improving the environmental quality of life 37
-References 41
Chapter 2. Policy-making environment 43
-Assessment and recommendations 44
-1. Institutional framework for sustainable development and environmental management 46
-2. Policy framework for sustainable development 48
-3. Policy framework for environmental management 50
-4. Environmental permitting, enforcement and compliance 56
-5. Monitoring and evaluation of environmental policy 59
-6. Promoting environmental democracy 61
-References 67
Chapter 3. Towards green growth 69
-Assessment and recommendations 70
-1. Green growth initiatives 73
-2. Greening the tax system 74
-3. Removing environmentally perverse incentives 80
-4. Better targeting environmentally motivated subsidies 83
-5. Investing in the environment to promote green growth 87
-6. Expanding environment-related markets and employment 91
-7. Promoting environmental technology 94
-8. Mainstreaming the environment in development co-operation 98
-References 101
PART II. PROGRESS TOWARDS SELECTED ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES 
Chapter 4.
Chemicals management 107
-Assessment and recommendations 108
-1. The chemicals industry in Austria 110
-2. Policy-making framework 111
-3. The institutional setting for chemicals management 114
-4. Implementation of the REACH and CLP regulations 115
-5. Biocidal products 120
-6. Nanomaterials 121
-7. Monitoring of hazardous substances 122
-8. The pollutant release and transfer register 126
-9. Chemical accidents 127
-10. Green chemistry 128
-11. International co-operation on chemicals management 131
-References 134
Chapter 5. Climate change adaptation and climate-related natural hazards 137
-Assessment and recommendations 138
-1. Introduction 140
-2. Current and predicted effects of climate in Austria 141
-3. Policy and institutional framework 14
-4. Finance for adaptation policies and measures 149
-5. Mainstreaming adaptation 151
-6. Monitoring and evaluation 155
-7. International co-operation 156
-References 158
Annex I. Selected data 161
-I.A. Selected economic data 162
-I.B. Selected social data 165
-I.C. Selected environmental data 166
Annex II. Abbreviations 171

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