Once migrants reach Europe, countries face integration challenge: OECD's Thomas Liebig speaks to NPR's Audie Cornish.
“Un Automne à Paris”: listen (and read) this sad yet uplifting new song by jazzman Ibrahim Maalouf and pop singer Louane that will be launched on 11 January in honour of the victims of the murderous attacks on the French capital in 2015 and as a tribute to love and liberty in this City of Light.
Secretary-General Angel Gurria on CNBC: Developed vs developing nations at COP21
Message from the International Space Station to COP21
COP21 Will Get Agreement With Teeth: OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría on Bloomberg
The carbon clock is ticking: OECD’s Gurría on CNBC
If we want to reach zero net emissions by the end of the century, we must align our policies for a low-carbon economy, put a price on carbon everywhere, spend less subsidising fossil fuels and invest more in clean energy. OECD at #COP21 – OECD statement for #COP21
IMF Finance and Development Magazine, December 2015
Powering the Planet: The Quest for Sustainable Energy
In Iceland, geothermal power is being used for almost everything. Scientists and engineers from around the world are participating in a course at the United Nations University (UNU) to learn how to use geothermal energy in their own countries.
They are green and local--It’s a new generation of entrepreneurs in Kenya with big dreams of sustainable energy and the drive to see their innovative technologies throughout Africa. blogs.worldbank.org
Pole to Paris Project
Send a message from #EarthToParis.
From the World Bank: Managing the Impacts of Climate Change on Poverty
Black carbon causes millions of deaths every year and contributes to the warming of the planet. The United Nations Environment Programme explains how reducing black carbon can save lives and help combat climate change.
In order to face global warming, Asia needs at least $40 billion per year, derived from both the public and private sector. Read how to bridge the climate financing gap on the Asian Bank of Development's website.
How can cities fight climate change? Discover projects in Denmark, Canada, Australia, Japan and Mexico.
10 climate-friendly habits everyone should adopt: Although the main aim of COP21 is to reach an international agreement on climate change between government stakeholders, it is also the perfect opportunity to remind citizens of how everyone can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in their day-to-day lives.
Climate: What's changed, what hasn't, what we can do about it.
Lecture by OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría, hosted by the London School of Economics and Aviva Investors in association with ClimateWise, London, UK, 3 July 2015.
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron came to the OECD on 18 September for a webcast discussion on economic reforms, inequality and the outlook, with OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría. You can watch the event by clicking on the photo.
Climate change: “We should not disagree when scientists tell us we have a window of opportunity–10-15 years–to turn this thing around” argues Senator Bernie Sanders.
In the long-run, the EU benefits from migration, says OECD Head of International Migration Division Jean-Christophe Dumont.
Is inequality bad for growth? That redistribution boosts economies is not established by the evidence says FT economics editor Chris Giles. Read more on www.ft.com.
Low interest rates here to stay for half a century, says OECD director Adrian Blundell-Wignall.
Bill Gates visited the OECD on 26 June. He met with the Secretary-General Angel Gurría to discuss areas of collaboration with his foundation and participated at a briefing session on official development assistance modernisation with OECD experts.
The People’s Republic of China decided to enhance longstanding collaboration with the OECD and to join the OECD Development Centre, in a historic visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on 1 July to the OECD in Paris. Read about it on OECD.org
Catherine Mann, OECD Chief Economist, explains on Bloomberg why "too much bank lending can slow economic growth".
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Come va la vita in Italia? How's life in Italy? The OECD Better Life Index is an interactive online platform in seven languages that goes beyond GDP by offering important insights into measuring well-being and quality of life. Try it for yourself!