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The OECD Evaluates Peru’s Environmental Performance

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La iniciativa busca aumentar la superficie marina protegida para avanzar en la protección y desarrollo de un espacio de diversidad biológica.

The Environmental Performance Review program run by the provides independent analysis of each country’s progress toward meeting their commitments to national and international environmental policies and also makes the appropriate recommendations regarding these policies.

The Environmental Performance Review of Peru was presented at a meeting held in Peru at the end of May 2016. The report was written by the OECD and ECLAC and listed the steps that Peru has been taking to achieve the Aichi Biodiversity Targets by establishing a correlation between its National Biological Diversity Strategy to 2021 and the goals of the Convention on Biological Diversity.

The aim of the report is to evaluate the progress the country has made toward achieving its environmental goals, to enrich and ensure that the necessary policy dialog continues, and to promote better accountability and deepen the awareness of all players involved in Peru’s economic and social development.

The 66 recommendations included in this study target some of the country’s main environmental challenges.

Peru is the fifth country that that OECD has reviewed in Latin America, after Mexico, Chile, Colombia, and Brazil.

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