Global Green Growth Week 2021 – Green Recovery, Green Jobs, and NetZero2050

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GGGWeek2021 will feature high-level panel discussions, keynote speeches, interactive sessions and debates that will highlight examples of solutions and best practices to green COVID-19 recovery.

Scaling-up Water Access in SIDS – Lessons learned from Vanuatu

2020 Annual Report – Accelerating Climate Ambition and Building Back Better

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the year 2020 provided both challenges and opportunities for GGGI and its Members. As for GGGI, we were well-positioned to weather the storm ourselves and initiated support for our Members to green their recovery plans early in the pandemic.

The Global Green Growth Institute and Green Climate Fund Partnership

Enhancing access to climate finance through readiness support

GGGI Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Strategy 2021-2025

GGGI has launched a new Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Strategy, which aims to enhance commitment to the principle of “Leaving No One Behind” in Green Growth and Climate Action.”

Achieving Green Growth and Climate Action Post-COVID-19

After COVID-19, will there be a Green New Deal for the economy reinforcing climate action? What advice can be provided to policymakers on the most effective design for a Green New Deal?

Employment Assessment of Renewable Energy

Power sector pathways compatible with NDCs and national energy plans

Five years since the Paris Agreement: The race to net zero is on

In the wake of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, there are both challenges and opportunities in ensuring that COP26, a UN climate change summit, builds confidence in the Paris Agreement as an effective tool to avoid climate crisis.

Green growth champion: Focus on jobs helps poorer nations raise climate ambition

The Global Green Growth Institute is working with governments including Colombia, Peru and Indonesia on “green new deal” plans

9th World Water Forum

GGGI is committed to supporting the acceleration of universal access to water and sanitation by collaborating with the World Water Forum.

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Global Green Growth Institute

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is dedicated to supporting and promoting strong, inclusive and sustainable economic growth in developing countries and emerging economies. GGGI has 39 Members and operations in 35 Members and partners – in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and the Pacific.

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President & Chair of GGGI

Mr. Ban Ki-moon, 8th Secretary-General of the UN, serves as President & Chair of GGGI

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Meetings of Governance Organs

The 13th MPSC Meeting will take place as e-consultations on June 7-11 and virtual meeting on June 17, 2021

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GGGI Strategy 2030

A Low-Carbon, Resilient World of Strong, Inclusive, and Sustainable Growth

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GGGI’s Green Growth Index

Launch of GGGI’s first Green Growth Index: Measuring Green Growth Globally

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GGGI’s Financial Statements

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GGGI was established as an international intergovernmental organization in 2012 at the Rio+20
United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Its vision is a low-carbon, resilient world
of strong, inclusive, and sustainable growth and its mission to support Members in the
transformation of their economies into a green growth economic model.

 

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MEET THE 2021 NOMINATED GREENPRENEUR FROM UGANDA – MR. PHILIP MUKURU

Each year, the best submissions from each participating country are selected to participate in the Greenpreneurs program.

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