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April 2015
Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-water), World Water Council (WWC)

This report was launched at the 7th World Water Forum in Daegu, Gyeongbuk, Republic of Korea.

June 2013
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD), Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)

This paper offers an initial assessment of the use, potential usefulness and legality of local content requirements (LCRs) in renewable energy policy.

April 2013
The Pew Charitable Trusts

In less than a decade, clean energy transitioned from novelty products to the mainstream of world energy markets.

February 2013
International Labour Organization (ILO)

This policy brief sets out the different methodologies available to assess the employment potential that green policies can offer and, in so doing, aims to help to focus policy decision-making in order to make it as efficient and productive as possible.

June 2012
International Labour Organization (ILO), United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)

This joint study by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) highlights that the transformation to a greener economy could generate 15 to 60 million additional jobs globally over the next two decades and lift tens of millions of workers out o

June 2012
United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat)

Part of a series of four entitled Urban Patterns for a Green Economy, this guide argues that strategic investment in physical infrastructure with the diversification of economies allows cities to play a specialised role in polycentric urban development.

March 2012
Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-water), World Water Council (WWC), Korean Presidential Committee on Green Growth (PCGG), Government of the Republic of Korea

This report is the first major output of a project on Water and Green Growth, led by the Government of the Republic of Korea and the World Water Council (WWC). It is the result of over 12 months of research and analysis by an international group of experts.

October 2011
International Labour Organization (ILO)

This volume examines the experiences of 21 developed and developing countries in adjusting their training provision to meet the new demands of a greener economy.