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OECD calls for improved Environmental-Economic Accounting in Australia

February 06, 2019 |

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This article was originally published on IDEEA Group

“The OECD have called for advancements to be made in environmental monitoring and evaluation in Australia. In the third Environmental Performance Review of Australia, the OECD provides 50 recommendations to help Australia better manage its environment. The recommendations relate to climate change, waste, water, biodiversity and chemical management, environmental governance and management, and green growth.

The report contains recommendations for improving specific environmental-economic accounts and calls for the use of environmental-economic accounts in government budget documents. There are further recommendations relating to measuring and monitoring the environment, and the evaluation of environmental outcomes more generally…”

Read on at: IDEEA Group.

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