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Green growth has been a strategic topic of the OECD’s work since 2009, when
OECD member countries mandated that the organisation develop a Green Growth
Strategy. Green growth has entered a number of areas of work in the OECD, including
the Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development. The Directorate’s
mission is to help governments at all levels design and implement strategic, evidencebased and innovative policies to strengthen public governance, respond effectively to
diverse and disruptive economic, social and environmental challenges, and deliver on
governments’ commitm...
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