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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Organisation: 
Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), Department for International Development (DFID) UK, World Bank Group, infoDev

The Kenya Climate Innovation Center (CIC) provides holistic, country-driven support to accelerate the development, deployment and transfer of locally relevant climate and clean energy technologies.

Organisation: 
Global Affairs Canada, World Bank Group, infoDev

The objective of the Caribbean Climate Innovation Center (CCIC) is to establish regional institutional capacity that will support Caribbean entrepreneurs and new ventures involved in developing locally-appropriate solutions to climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Organisation: 
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Natural Capital Coalition (NCC)

The Natural Capital Coalition is running a project to draft a harmonised framework for valuing natural capital in business decision making to enable better measurement, management, reporting and disclosure. This is the Natural Capital Protocol (NCP).

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: 
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

This project details results from an analysis of key indicators of area-based transition to a low-carbon economy. The objective of the project was to provide defined measureable indicators at the regional/ local level that can inform over time transition to low carbon-economic and industrial activities addressing two aspects of green growth economy; fostering job creation, and economic development in the new areas of growth and sustainable development.

Organisation: 
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

The OECD African Economic Outlook (AEO) is a high-quality, independent tool for monitoring Africa’s economic development on an on-going basis. Because Africa comprises many different, fast-changing countries, the report grasps the short-term performance of individual economies in their regional context; and because development is multi-faceted, it brings together the macroeconomic, structural and social dimensions.

Organisation: 
World Bank Group

The overarching objective of this project is to contribute to the preservation, conservation, and sustainable management of the biodiversity of the Caatinga in the states of Bahia and Ceará, while improving the quality of life of its inhabitants, through the introduction of sustainable development practices.

Organisation: 
World Bank Group

The overaching objectives of this project are to promote Mexico’s efficient use of energy and to mitigate climate change by increasing the use of energy-efficient technologies at the residential level.

Organisation: 
World Bank Group

The objective of the Coastal Watersheds Conservation in the Context of Climate Change Project for Mexico is to promote integrated environmental management of selected coastal watersheds as a means to conserve biodiversity, contribute to climate change mitigation, and enhance sustainable land use.

Organisation: 
World Bank Group
The main objective of the Building Resilience to Climate Related Hazards Project for Nepal is to enhance government capacity to mitigate climate related hazards by improving the accuracy and timeliness of weather and flood forecasts and warnings for climate-vulnerable communities, as well as developing agricultural management information system services to help farmers mitigate climate-related production risks.

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