News, Jobs & Opportunities

The GGKP News, Jobs and Opportunities section provides the latest information on GGKP Knowledge Partner vacancies, new research initiatives, calls for papers and more. Sign up for the GGKP Knowledge Update to get the latest research delivered to your inbox. 

12 February 2018
The Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP) is looking for a dynamic communications intern to assist with its communication strategy.
23 January 2018
Economics for Nature is a six year programme focused on ensuring that nature has a voice in economic and planning processes. The GGKP is part of the core team alongside the Green Economy Coalition (GEC), The Scottish Wildlife Trust, Finance Watch and WWF-France.
15 December 2017

Closing Date: 12/January/2018
Consultancy: scoping study of potential financing mechanisms for marine protected areas (MPAs) in North Devon
Institution: WWF
Location: any region

12 December 2017
Other News

The International Support Network for African Development (ISNAD-Africa) hereby invites applications for its Mentoring for Research Programme (MRP) from students pursuing various doctoral, master's and bachelor's degree programmes in African Universities.

7 December 2017

From 27-28 November 2017, the GGKP held its Fifth Annual Conference on the theme of Sustainable Infrastructure in Washington, DC. 

4 December 2017
The Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP) is pleased to announce the launch of the new Working Group on Natural Capital. The group held its first workshop on 30 November-1 December 2017, in the wake of the Fifth GGKP Annual Conference in Washington, DC.
30 November 2017
Other News
International Climate Policy (ICP) is a bi-monthly magazine published by the International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG), covering trends around international and domestic climate and energy policies, as well as carbon markets.
28 November 2017
New research from a team of Oxford economists launched at the World Forum on Natural Capital in Edinburgh shows that Ministries of Finance and Treasuries are often blind to how dependent economies are on nature, which is declining at a dangerous rate. As a result, businesses and politicians are failing to register the systemic risk building up as the natural world fails.
22 November 2017
The Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP) is proud to welcome the Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health as a new partner in green growth knowledge. The Council champions the field of planetary health – a new, multi-disciplinary approach to health and well-being that brings together scientific knowledge of human and ecosystem health with knowledge around economic trends, market behaviour, and policy-making.


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