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9 May 2013
Research

UNEP has released a new report analyzing six economic sectors where new trade opportunities exist in the transition to a green economy.

8 May 2013
Events
During this event, the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) will explore the drivers and challenges for climate compatible development.
5 May 2013
Research

This working paper assesses opportunities and policies for green growth in the Chicago Tri-State Metropolitan Area.

1 May 2013
Research

A new issue of the GGKP Knowledge Update is now available. This issue (2013-5) contains the latest research on energy subsidies, natural capital, biotrade, green jobs, low carbon development and much more.

30 April 2013
Research

A new paper by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) highlights the implications of the current separation of discourses on private climate finance and subsidies. The paper finds that, within developing countries, subsidies to fossil fuels alone outweigh climate finance.

30 April 2013
Research

A new TEEB for Business Coalition report estimates in monetary terms the financial risk from unpriced natural capital inputs into production processes, across business sectors.

24 April 2013
Research

A new report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) explores the issue of energy subsidies, including their consequences, fiscal and economic costs, as well as key elements for subsidy reform.

4 April 2013
Research

GGGI, OECD, UNEP and the World Bank have launched a joint report "Moving towards a Common Approach on Green Growth Indicators", under the auspices of the GGKP. The report was officially launched during the GGKP's Second Annual Conference, held in Paris, France April 4-5.

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