Environmental Performance Reviews: Italy 2013

REPORT COVERAGE

Italy
20 Aug 2014, 16:34
guintmar

REPORT DETAILS

Environmental Performance Reviews: Italy 2013
English
French, German, Italian, Spanish
Environmental Performance Reviews: Italy 2013
OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development )

FORMAT & ACCESSIBILITY

report (static source)
2013
>5 years
203

AUDIENCE & CONTEXT

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STRUCTURE

Yes
30
How are indicators used Primarily (>50%) Ocasionally (<50%) None
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Explicitly
Implicitly

TOPICS COVERED

Focus Indicators
Major
(chapter)
Some
(section(s))
Minor
(ocasionally mentioned)
None Several
(>5)
Some
(3-5)
Few
(1-2)
None
(0)
Air pollution - - - - - -
Biodiversity - - - - - -
Chemicals - - - - - -
Climate change - - - - - -
Environment and health - - - - - - -
Land use - - - - - -
Natural resources - - - - - -
Noise - - - - - -
Soil - - - - - -
Waste and material resources - - - - - -
Water - - - - - -
Various other issues - - - - - -
Agriculture - - - - - -
Energy - - - - - -
Fisheries - - - - - -
Household consumption - - - - - -
Industry - - - - - -
Green economy - - - - - -
Tourism - - - - - -
Transport - - - - - -
Environmental technology - - - - - -
Policy instruments - - - - - -
Environmental scenarios - - - - - -
Coast and seas - - - - - -
Specific regions - - - - - -
Urban environment - - - - - -

Short description from SERIS (old):

This report is the third OECD review of Italy’s environmental performance. It evaluates progress towards sustainable development and green growth, with a focus on policies that promote more effective and efficient water management and provide better incentives to tackle climate change.

Overview of table of contents and indicators in report

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Foreword General notes Executive summary Part I - Progress towards sustainable development Chapter 1: Key environmental trends Chapter 2: Policy-making environment Chapter 3: Towards green growth Part II - Progress towards selected environmental objectives Chapter 4: Multi-level environmental governance: Water Chapter 5: Climate change