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Green Growth Indicators for Uzbekistan

Monitoring progress based on the OECD green growth indicators


OECD Green Growth Indicators Framework and country context

Group 1

Socio-economic Context

Group 2

Environmental and Resource Productivity of the Economy

Group 3

The Natural Asset Base

Group 4

The Environmental Dimension of Quality of Life

Group 5

Economic Opportunities and Policy Responses

2023 official report - Greening the Economy in Uzbekistan: State of Play in 2023. Monitoring progress based on the OECD green growth indicators

OECD Green Growth Indicators Framework

GREEN Action Task Force: Greening the Economy in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia

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