OECD Environment Policy Papers

Greening Household Behaviour
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2309-7841 (online)
DOI :
10.1787/23097841
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Designed for a wide readership, the OECD Environment Policy Papers distil many of today’s environment-related policy issues based on a wide range of OECD work. In the form of country case studies or thematic reviews across countries, the Papers highlight practical implementation experience. They are available in either English or French, with a summary in the other language when possible.
 
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  N° 3   17 Dec 2014 Click to Access: 
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Greening Household Behaviour
OECD
Personal behaviour and choices in daily life, from what we eat to how we get to work or heat our homes, have a significant – and growing – effect on the environment. But why are some households greener than others? And what factors motivate green household choices? Answering these questions is...
  N° 2   24 Dec 2013 Click to Access: 
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The Swedish Tax on Nitrogen Oxide Emissions
OECD
Sweden was facing a serious soil acidification and water eutrophication problem caused partly by emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) from combustion processes in transport, industry and power. In 1992, Sweden introduced a high tax on NOx emissions from large combustion sources (e.g. power...
  N° 1   09 Oct 2013 Click to Access: 
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Climate and Carbon
OECD
The international community has agreed to limit the average global temperature increase to no more than 2ºC above pre-industrial levels. This will require a gradual phase-out of fossil fuel emissions by the second half of this century. This report brings together lessons learned from OECD...
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