GGGI in Papua New Guinea publishes three Climate Resilience and Green Growth Assessments for Enga, Milne Bay and New Ireland Provinces.

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) has published three Climate-Resilience and Green Growth Assessment Reports to support the Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) implement CRGG activities in the three target provinces Enga, Milne Bay, and New Ireland. These publications are part of the CRGG project funded by the Australian Government.

The CRGG Provincial Assessments were conducted in close collaboration between the Climate Change and Development Authority (CCDA), the Provincial Administrations for Enga, Milne Bay, and New Ireland, and the GGGI assessment team from both the PNG country office and GGGI headquarters.

The assessment used an approach whereby Climate-Resilience and Green Growth were defined by assessing each province’s exposure, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity. Through a diagnosis tool combining robust data analysis, literature review, and wide stakeholder consultations, the assessment identified relevant priorities related to increasing the resilience to climate change and recommended applicable interventions and projects that can support CRGG in the provinces.

The findings of the assessments will help promote CRGG and guide the provinces as they embark on their journey to inclusive green growth and a transformative climate-resilient economic model.

For more information, the reports are available and downloadable from the GGGI website through the links below:

Climate-Resilient Green Growth in Enga Province

Climate-Resilient Green Growth in Milne Bay Province

Climate-Resilient Green Growth in New Ireland Province



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Local GGGI communications contact
Dr. Achala Abeysinghe, Country Representative, Papua New Guinea