The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published Chile’s Second Environmental Performance Evaluation after its initial report in 2005. The Evaluation provides 54 recommendations to be implemented over the next ten years to help the country achieve its sustainable economic development goals. Recommendations include: expanding “green taxes” (tax paid by consumers for products or services that are not environmentally friendly), establishing  a new water allocation regime, and developing abatement plans in areas where air quality standards are not met, among others