National Statistics Office of Mongolia, Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), International Labour Organization (ILO)
The National Statistical Office of Mongolia (NSO) conducted a pilot survey to collect data on environmental sector employment and green jobs, and to investigate the possibility of determining the green jobs in Mongolia with technical assistance support from ILO in the framework of support from PA
With over 138 million hectares of forest land, a history of forest loss, and millions of inhabitants in forest-dependent communities, Mexico represents a key country in the endeavor to find equilibrium between forest industry, human development, best practice implementation, and forest protection
With population and consumption growing rapidly, for the planet to be able to sustain the need for food, fuel, fibres and other raw materials a more sustainable way is needed for producing these commodities.
The main objective of the Zambia Green Jobs Programme (2013-2017) is to ‘promote more and better jobs for inclusive and green growth in sectors where goods and services can be produced with an environmental benefit’.
Implemented in 2013-14 under the Canada Fund for African Climate Resilience, the “Eco-Agricultural Business for the Adaptation to Changes in Climate” (B-ADAPT) project sought to enhance and diversify income and food security among vulnerable populations of southern Cameroon.
In 2009 the Department for International Development of the United Kingdom (DfID) and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA, now Global Affairs Canada) partnered with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to design a programme that would enhance the competitiveness of the Caribb
Faced with a high deforestation rate which endangered the existence of one of its most important natural resources, Costa Rica began building a strong policy framework around reforestation, forest management and forest protection in the early 80s.