Project Database

The GGKP Project Database allows you to browse on-the-ground initiatives to promote green growth, being led by our partners and other leading organisations. To suggest a project to be added to the database, please complete the form. 

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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
The Government of Rwanda (GoR) has developed the Second Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS 2) for the years of 2013 and 2018. The strategy includes developments through green urbanization into six secondary cities, where the GoR recognizes that cities are central to economic growth and in turn are the main contributors to climate change issues such as being the main consumers of energy.
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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
Mongolia’s resource-intensive development and climate change vulnerability pose unique urgency for green growth. GGGI assists the Government of Mongolia to accelerate the development and implementation of green growth policy and plans. In the areas of energy and green cities, GGGI convenes multiple stakeholders to support targeted research, capacity building, knowledge exchange, and project development.
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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)

The Government of the Philippines (GoP) recognizes the threat environmental challenges pose to its socioeconomic growth and have made it a priority to address climate change vulnerability into the country’s overall development strategy.

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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)

Recognizing that balanced urbanization is key for sustaining growth, reducing poverty and achieving upper middle-income status by 2030, the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) has identified the importance of investing in urban infrastructure and improving urban planning will be critical.

Organisation: 
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
The Government of Mongolia (GoM) recognizes that to achieve its development goals and sustain the country’s recent growth, improvements in its water sector must be achieved. Ensuring that Mongolia’s water sector has sufficient water resources-related data is a goal that the GoM has set in order to strengthen water policy and management systems.
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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
The Government of Peru (GoP) recognizes that in order to maintain its economic growth and progress in social inclusion, it will have to make more efficient use of the country's natural resources. In support of this goal, GGGI is working with the National Competitiveness Council (CNC) to increase Peru's competitiveness through the implementation of the Competitiveness Agenda 2014- 2018.
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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)

The Government of Peru (GoP) recognizes that to sustain the country’s recent growth, address water demand in urban areas, and increase the economic value of its water resources improvements in Peru’s water sector must be achieved.

Organisation: 
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
The Royal Thai Government (RTG)'s Climate Change Master Plan, developed for the period of 2014-2050, is one of the government's key initiatives and aims to lead the country to a Low Carbon Society by 2050 by reducing GHG emissions within a sustainable growth framework.
Organisation: 
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
The Government of Vietnam recognizes that to achieve the sustainable development goals identified in its “National Strategy on Green Growth for the period 2011- 2020 with vision to 2050”, modernizing the Mekong Delta’s agricultural production and water resource management systems will be critical.
Organisation: 
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)

The Government of Fiji (GoF) has committed to integrating green growth into its development efforts. Green growth is a cornerstone of the new National Development Plan (NDP) for 2015-2020, which builds on the recent Green Growth Framework of Fiji.

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