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The Inclusiveness Research Committee explores the distributional consequences of implementing green growth strategies, their impact on employment, gender and income, how governments should best design their policies to address inequalities, and what barriers currently exist which prevent this sort of economic shift.

Committee Members

Head, Environment and Economy Integration Division at the OECD Environment Directorate
Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Director, Association for Environmental and Community Development
Senior researcher on Economics of Natural Capital , INECC
First Senior Associate, IIED
Senior Resident Research Associate, ICTSD
Senior Sustainability and Safeguards Specialist, GGGI
Associate Economic Affairs Officer, UNECA
Deputy Director for Governance and Social Development, WWF-Indonesia; Civil Society Thematic Lead, WWF Borneo Programme
Senior Researcher, ZEF, University of Bonn
Assistant Programme Director, Development Alternatives
Deputy Director (Research), ILO
Co-Director, UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative (UNPEI)
Managing Director, Growth Dialogue
Senior Policy Advisor, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
Policy Specialist at the UNDP World Centre for Sustainable Development
Senior Advisor to the President of the African Development Bank
LEDS Global Partnership Secretariat
Policy Advisor, Sustainable Economic Development, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Professor, School of the Environment, Nanjing University

ABOUT THE COMMITTEE

Inclusive green growth is essential to meet the development needs of the world’s poor, while ensuring environmental sustainability and improving social welfare. However, large gaps still exist in our understanding of the linkages between economy policies, environment regulations and their social implications. The GGKP Inclusiveness Research Committee explores the distributional consequences of implementing green growth strategies, their impact on employment, gender and income, how governments should best design their policies to address inequalities, and what barriers currently exist which prevent this sort of economic shift.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

A full list of resources on green growth and inclusiveness can be accessed through the GGKP's "Gender", "Poverty & Equity", and "Jobs" theme pages or through the GGKP's resource library on "Gender", "Poverty & Equity", and "Jobs".