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TRACKING PROGRESS ON URBAN
GREEN GROWTH AND SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT GOALS: DATA,
INFORMATION AND INDICATORS
GREEN GROWTH A...
• Administrative
• Functional Urban
areas
(metropolitan areas)
OECD-EU definition of cities, applied to 31
countries
Suppl...
Unpack national averages: global targets
make a difference at subnational level
Decoupling Co2 emissions from economic gro...
• 68% of the urban population in OECD countries (376 million people) are exposed to
pollution above the WHO’s recommended ...
SDG Dataset Indicators
Regional income
distribution dataset
Regional poverty rates
Regional database
Regional well-being d...
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Income inequality is generally higher in
cities than in their respective countries
Source: OECD (2016) Making cities wor...
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2016 GGSD Forum - Parellel Session B: Presentation by Ms. Monica Brezzi, Regional Analysis & Statistics, Public Governance & Territorial Development, OECD

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2016 GGSD Forum - Parellel Session B: Presentation by Ms. Monica Brezzi, Regional Analysis & Statistics, Public Governance & Territorial Development, OECD

  1. 1. TRACKING PROGRESS ON URBAN GREEN GROWTH AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: DATA, INFORMATION AND INDICATORS GREEN GROWTH AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FORUM 2016 10 NOVEMBER 2016 Monica Brezzi Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD
  2. 2. • Administrative • Functional Urban areas (metropolitan areas) OECD-EU definition of cities, applied to 31 countries Supply of sub-national statistics data sources Geographies • NSO • Data produced by users • Data produced by local institutions • Geospatial data • Web data http://measuringurban.oecd.org/#
  3. 3. Unpack national averages: global targets make a difference at subnational level Decoupling Co2 emissions from economic growth: around half of the 288 metropolitan areas achieved absolute decoupling , as their emissions decreased in absolute terms; however, very different patterns across cities in the same country Source: OECD Metropolitan database
  4. 4. • 68% of the urban population in OECD countries (376 million people) are exposed to pollution above the WHO’s recommended levels. • OECD estimates show wide variation in PM2.5 exposure levels across cities in the same country, the largest in Mexico, Italy, Japan and Korea 4 Different performance also across cities in the same countryMérida Palermo Naha Ulsan Toulon Portland Gdańsk LasPalmas Bremen Stockholm Glasgow Brno Concepción Geneva Quebec Utrecht Lisbon Athens Antwerp Linz Cuernavaca Milan Kumamoto Cheongju Strasbourg Buffalo Kraków Zaragoza Essen Malmö Liverpool Ostrava Santiago Zurich Toronto TheHague Porto Thessalonica Brussel Vienna Budapest Bratislava Ljubljana Copenhaguen Helsinki Tallinn Oslo Dublin -10010203040 Mexico(33) Italy(11) Japan(36) Korea(10) France(15) UnitedStates(70) Poland(8) Spain(8) Germany(24) Sweden(3) UnitedKingdom(15) CzechRepublic(3) Chile(3) Switzerland(3) Canada(9) Netherlands(5) Portugal(2) Greece(2) Belgium(4) Austria(3) Hungary(1) SlovakRepublic(1) Slovenia(1) Denmark(1) Finland(1) Estonia(1) Norway(1) Ireland(1) Metropolitan minimum Country average Metropolitan maximum Country(No.ofcities) Source: OECD Metropolitan database
  5. 5. SDG Dataset Indicators Regional income distribution dataset Regional poverty rates Regional database Regional well-being dataset Key data on subnational governments Educational attainments of the labour force Student enrolment by level of education Share of labour force with at least secondary education Subnational Expenditure for education Regional database Regional well-being dataset Metropolitan database Key data on subnational governments Regional economy Regional GDP Regional GVA by industry and per worker Regional employment by industry Labour utilisation rate Regional income per equivalised household and per capita regional income, reference series - deflators and PPP rates, average annual population. Regional well-being dataset Household disposable income per capita GDP form cities Key data on subnational governments Subnational Expenditure for economic affairs 5 Linking regional and metropolitan database to SDGs (examples)
  6. 6. 6 Income inequality is generally higher in cities than in their respective countries Source: OECD (2016) Making cities work for all

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