The report The Economic, Social and Environmental Impacts of Greening the Industrial Sector in Cambodia provides evidence on the economics and social benefits of greening the industrial sector of Cambodia based on a robust economic analysis that included a quantitative study and integrated modeling and scenario analysis.
Use of renewable energy and more efficient use of natural assets are two essential aspects to foster rural development and increase agricultural productivity in Mozambique. The Green Growth Potential Assessment – Mozambique Country Report presents recommendations for both aspects.
Myanmar is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, with a GDP growing more than 7% per year on average. Myanmar is at a crucial point of development and hence, Myanmar is seeking a balance between economic growth and sustainable development. The paper Green Growth Potential Assessment: Myanmar country report presents the results obtained from the GGGI's Green Growth Performance Assessment, which maps out the challenges Myanmar is facing from a green growth perspective.
This report The Status of Monitoring, Reporting and Verification of Nationally Determined Contributions to Climate Actions in Myanmar provides the basic concepts of MRV, the expectations under Paris Agreement and the results of a detailed stakeholder and situation analysis conducted by GGGI to assess the current institutional capacity and data availability.
Current waste handling practices in Vientiane are based on a “collect and dispose” only approach that overlooks significant opportunities for turning waste into resources. This study evaluates the potential for adopting a paradigm change from a waste management to a resource management approach.
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Youth Climate Lab, Student Energy
Greenpreneurs is a global network of youth competing to take their green growth solution from idea to business plan. Greenpreneurs harnesses the creativity and ambition of youth to develop the green growth solutions that promote sustainability as a socio-economic enabler and contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
Working under the overall direction of the Ministry of Forests and Environment and in partnership with the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) launched the Electric Mobility Program in 2017, to support a transition towards clean and sustaina
The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia has put forth their strategy for developing a climate‐resilient green economy by 2025. The government states that Ethiopia aims to be a middle‐income country by 2025.
Ethiopia’s Climate-Resilient Green Economy, Climate Resilience Strategy: Water and Energy is designed to effectively leverage these important sectors, which are expected to contribute approximately 7.2 billion USD to the projected GDP growth over the GTPII period.
Ethiopia’s Climate-Resilient Green Economy, Climate Resilience Strategy: Water and energy is designed to effectively leverage these important sectors, which are expected to contribute approximately 7.2 billion USD to the projected GDP growth over the GTPII period.