To what extent can the concepts of green economy and green growth live up to their promises economic growth and environmental preservation? How do we switch our economies to green growth pathways, and what kind of policy instruments are needed for this? And what are the business models and economic opportunities involved in a green economy addressing climate goals? The GREEN-WIN project aims to provide answers to these questions through practical win-win strategies.
On 22 February 2017 (3:00 PM CEST), the GGKP and GREEN-WIN held a webinar on exploring these questions. The webinar focused on three key GREEN-WIN projects on green business models. GREEN-WIN is developing governance models and implementation solutions to address climate change. The webinar outlined early findings from the project on integration of climate strategies, access to sustainable development finance, flood risk management in coastal regions, and transformations in urban areas.
Speakers listed below are shown here from left to right.
Moderator: Sandy Bisaro, Institutional Economist and Researcher, Global Climate Forum
Nadia Ameli, Senior Researcher Associate, University College London, Institute for Sustainable Resources
Mark de Bel, Expert Advisor Economy, Deltares
Yuge Ma, Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford