The Oxford Summer School in Ecological Economic 2018 on Green Economy for Smart and Sustainable Cities will address key elements of the new economy transformation with a particular focus on smart and sustainable cities, exploring the cutting edge methods and policy applications in ecological econ
The GCD Guidelines provide guidance on how to plan and implement GCD at every stage of the GGGI Value Chain. They serve as reference for government officials, GGGI staff and consultants, and other stakeholders who are working on areas related to or looking to develop a project on green cities.
International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG)
On 8 November 2017 (14:00 CEST), the International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG) is holding a webinar on "Building Resilience to Climate Disaster Risk – Innovation and Best Practices – Best Climate Practices 2017 Award Webinar".
There is growing recognition that nature-based solutions can create a more sustainable future for our cities. Nature-based solutions are cost effective mechanisms adapted to local environments that make cities more energy and resource efficient and climate resilient. They also have potential to restore degraded ecosystems, create jobs, reduce poverty, and improve public health.
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?