Compare the performance of 275 metropolitan areas in OECD countries on a number of key indicators, including population, economic performance, and the environment.
The urban challenges of Mexico’s largest metropolitan area (regeneration, access to adequate housing, safe and reliable public transport, environmental protection) require metropolitan thinking, regional planning, co-ordination and collaboration across levels of government.
The OECD Regional Well-being web tool allows you to measure well-being in your region and compare it with 361 other OECD regions based on nine topics central to the quality of our lives, offering a new way to gauge what policies work and to empower a community to act to achieve higher well-being for its citizens.
Unlock the wealth of regional information to help you better see, use and share the range of data and findings that shape our regions.
Helping governments assess the strengths and weaknesses of their public investment capacity and set priorities for improvement.
The OECD LEED Trento Centre seeks to provide policy advice and develop capacities for the design and implementation of policies tailored to local needs.
Managed correctly, there is enough water on earth for all, but managing water is a complex issue involving multiple stakeholders from all levels of government with different views and objectives.