This paper is intended for those who work with, research, and support green entrepreneurs, as well as for entrepreneurs who are starting a green business. It provides guidance in the process of elaborating a business plan and presenting it to potential partners and investors, based on the understanding of investors’ expectations.
On 23 May 2018 (12:00-15:00 GMT+2), Leading OrganisationThe Ground_Up Centre (Geneva, Switzerland), The Ground_Up Project (Geneva, Switzerland), SAREBI - South African Renewable Energy Business Incubator, Climate Innovation Center South Africa, Green Cape (South Africa) are holding an online work
How can policymakers and practitioners deliver access to energy, sanitation, and opportunities for socio-economic development to poor communities facing accelerated climate change? How can we ensure that this contributes to green growth and green business development?
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?