National Documents

The Green Growth National Documents Database is a library of key official documents that advance green growth and green economy. The Database highlights countries’ actions towards green growth and provides access to relevant plans and policies.

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United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment), Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE)
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Mongolia

A Guideline for Sustainable Public Procurement: Adapted for use by Mongolian public procurement officers of all level budgetary bodies aims to provide guidance to all governments and organizations interested in the implementation of Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP).

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Mongolia

By 2030, Mongolia aspires to be amongst leading middle-income countries based on per capita income.

Organisation: 
Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Country: 
Mongolia

United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) is working together with a number of UN organizations, notably UNEP and UNDP, on an initiative called Partnership for Green Economy, PAGE.

Organisation: 
Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)
Country: 
Mongolia

This legal review, Review of the Public Procurement Legal Framework of Mongolia, is one of the preliminary studies recommended by the UNEP Approach to Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) with a view to design and then implement an SPP Action Plan.

Organisation: 
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
Country: 
Mongolia

Mongolia can use its vast renewable energy resources to bolster energy security, reduce pollution, meet global climate commitments and develop regional electricity exports, finds Mongolia Renewable Readiness Assessment prepared jointly by IRENA and Mongolian Ministry of Energy.

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Mauritius

The strengths of Mauritius' Agriculture sector lie in Mauritius' historical attachment to agriculture; national ingenuity; resilience of the small agriculture sector in food production; and relatively good public infrastructure and institutional system.

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Mauritius

Mauritius Strategic Plan (2016-02020) for the Food Crops, Livestock and Forestry Sectors sets out the goals and objectives to be attained over the next five years to improve the level of food security and food safety and promote a more sustainable agriculture.

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Mauritius

The vision of the Government of Mauritius is to achieve the self-sufficiency in energy supply in the long term, where individual houses would have the possibility and capacity to fully tap renewable resources such as wind, solar, biogas in a decentralized system, which would allow energy supply t

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Mauritius

Mauritius Government Programme 2015-2019: Achieving meaningful change holds the government of Mauritius's vision.

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