New Europe | OECD Forum 2010
In the field of development paradigms, it has been clear for long time that there are gaps between their current understanding and the one that is necessary to address evolving economic, social and environmental planning and management issues, as well as their policy, institutional, legal, and technological considerations.
In addition, there are global changes which are affecting, and will continue to affect, green growth and energy use in many different ways. Some of them are population, urbanization, industrialization and, of course, economic growth.
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