Four years after the launch of the OECD Green Growth Strategy, the OECD is preparing for the release of "Towards Green Growth? Tracking Progress" which draws lessons from country experience and examines how to enhance policy design to deliver green growth.
The GGKP has released a new video series, interviewing government officials, green growth researchers, experts and key thinkers in the field, focusing on the importance of fiscal policy to the green economy transition.
Each year the Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) organises a global conference, to facilitate dialogue between scientists, policy makers and practitioners on the topic of enhancing the science and practical application of ecosystem services.
The concept of circular economy is gaining more and more prevalence in current economic and environmental thinking. The discourse has evolved from talk of recycling to issues of reusing and upcycling as well as a complete rethinking of the entire way we organize our societies.
On 7 May 2-15, the Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP) held a webinar on the topic of 'Trade and Green Growth: Measuring the impact of environmental policy on economic competitiveness' to stimulate thinking around these key knowledge gaps, including how to drive forward wider research efforts to address them.
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is seeking a consultant to undertake research and create new knowledge products, contribute to international discussions, initiate consultations with relevant institutions and respond to requests for guidance from governments in the area of green ec