GGKP Annual Conference
In November 2018, leading organizations will convene in Paris, France for a week of events, discussions and networking — all geared towards a greener future. This article provides details on key events, including the Sixth GGKP Annual Conference, the OECD Green Growth and Sustainable Development Forum, the Global Forum on Green Economy Learning, the UNEP FI Global Roundtable, and the Natural Capital Policy Forum, as well as details on how to follow the action from home.
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Research Highlights from #GGKP6
Dr. Christina Wong will present her paper 'The Social and Environmental Dimensions of China’s Spatial Planning System' at the Sixth GGKP Annual Conference, taking place on 27-28 November 2018 in Paris, France. In this Q&A, Dr Wong provides a brief description of her work, as well as policy implications and opportunities for collaboration.
New Research
A new OECD, UN Environment, World Bank initiative, "Financing Climate Futures: Rethinking Infrastructure", explores what public and private actors should do to trigger the radical transformation needed to align financial flows in infrastructure for a low-emission, resilient development. This report identifies six transformative areas that have the potential to help the different financial actors move beyond an incremental approach to the low-carbon transition.
New Research
Cambodia's industrial sector is at a crossroads. The largest manufacturing subsectors have reached maturity, and to maintain growth the country must find new ways to access new and more premium markets. A new study from the Global Green Growth Institute quantifies the economic and social benefits of green industry investment in Cambodia. The research aims to inform the development of green growth priorities in the next phase of the country's National Strategic Development Plan (2019-2023).
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