This OECD iLibrary theme subscription includes online access to all OECD books and databases related to environment from 1998 onwards. It includes the OECD Environment Outlook to 2050
, Environment at a Glance
, and the OECD Environment Statistics
database as well as all the other books on the topics.
The Online + Print option includes online access to al content online in all available formats as well as the delivery of print copies of all publications released during the subscription period. The online only option excludes the print delivery.
- Over 1,190 ebooks
- Over 2,800 chapters
- Over 35 issues and articles
- Over 40 datasets
OECD Environment iLibrary includes:
Annuals & Outlooks
: (OECD Environmental Outlook)
: (Environmental Finance; OECD Environmental Performance Reviews; OECD Green Growth Studies; OECD Guidelines for the Testing of Chemicals, Section 1-5; Green Finance and Investment; Novel Food and Feed Safety; OECD Series on Principles of Good Laboratory Practice and Compliance Monitoring; OECD Series on Testing and Assessment; OECD Studies on Environmental Policy and Household Behaviour; Series on Chemical Accidents; Series on Emission Scenario Documents; Series on Pesticides and Biocides; OECD Studies on Environmental Innovation; OECD Studies on Water)
(OECD Environment Working Papers; OECD Green Growth Papers; OECD Trade and Environment Working Papers; OECD Environment Policy Papers; OECD/ IEA Climate Change Expert Group Papers)
: OECD Environment Statistics (Greenhouse gas emissions by source; Air emissions by source; Air and greenhouse gas emissions by industry; Threatened species; Forest resources; Municipal Waste; Primary waste by sector; Water; Green Growth Indicators; Environmental protection expenditures and revenues; Material resources; Environmental policy instruments; Patents in environment related technologies)
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Did you know?
- Without new policy, a world economy four times larger than today is projected to use about 80 more electricity in 2050.
Source: OECD Environmental Outlook to 2050
- In 2010, Germany's total GHG emissions were 24% below the 1990 Kyoto Protocol base year level.
Source: OECD Environmental Performance Reviews: Germany 2012
- Water demand is projected to increase by 55% globally between 2000 and 2050.
Source: Meeting the Water Reform Challenge
- 84% of the climate change warming caused by humans has been transferred to the oceans.
Source: The Economics of Adapting Fisheries to Climate Change