Laws, alongside the institutions and legal systems that ensure their implementation and enforcement, are an essential component of an enabling environment for green growth. Environmental Rule of Law: An analysis of data availability aims to provide a comprehensive review of currently available datasets allowing for the measurement of environmental rule of law, using the OECD Pressure-State-Response model to determine suitable enforcement and compliance indicators.
The Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP) Working Group on Behavioural Insights has released the working paper, Changing Behaviours, Changing Policy: Evidence on behavioural insights for green growth. The paper outlines steps that decision makers can take to ensure effective planning of behavioural interventions for green growth and presents case studies on initiatives that aim to achieve behaviour change in two key areas: sustainable consumption and resource use.
An enduring concern for developed and developing countries alike is to strike the right balance between ambitious environmental policies and the international competitiveness of both nations and individual firms.
This GGKP working paper explores four approaches to measure inclusive green growth (IGG): a dashboard of indicators, composite indicators, environmental footprints, and “adjusted” economic measures, it also identifies five main themes of relevance for measuring IGG.
This GGKP Working Paper provides a comprehensive and systematic overview and analysis of expert elicitation studies on energy technologies that have focused on climate mitigation technologies. The report also reviews the literature on modelling and decision-making that has utilized the data produced through expert elicitations.
This GGKP working paper focusing on 'Environmental Taxation in Transport' provides examples from cars to maritime shipping, highlighting common themes in environmental improvements beyond technology improvements: exploitation of scale economy, capacity utilization and slower speeds.