At a Glance
|Start Date||Q1 Jan 1 2017|
|End Date||q1 Dec 31 2020|
|Actual Budget (USD)||148,438|
|Actual Expenditure (USD)||123,841|
|GGGI Share (USD)||148,438|
|Poverty and Gender Policy Markers||gender|
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Project context, objectives and description
While the awareness of and commitment to green growth are rising worldwide, green growth is a broad concept, encompassing not only different economic sectors but also different levels of intervention. Furthermore, what green growth means in individual countries and how it can be translated into specific actions depends on a wide range of factors, such as a given economy’s stage of development, its endowment with natural assets, and its social characteristics. Therefore, given the concept’s broad nature, there is a need to clarify what green growth means in a specific country’s context, identify priorities, and assess those priorities systematically.
In the period from 2016 to 2019, GGPAs have been successfully concluded in nine countries, i.e. Cambodia, Colombia, the Lao PDR, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Peru, and Qatar. The assessment has proven to be a useful tool, providing policymakers with empirically founded advice and helping them to determine areas where green growth interventions can have the highest impact. Furthermore, the GGPA gives recommendations regarding the means and actions to address those priorities, which are tailored to an individual country’s context.
The objective of the project is to identify a country’s priorities for green growth and develop recommendation on how to address those priorities.
Type of services provided, and results achieved
Project Outputs completed in 2019:
i. Green Growth Policies:N/A
ii. Green Investments:N/A
iii. Capacity Building and Knowledge Products:
Total of 2 knowledge products produced:
- 1.A comprehensive report presenting the GGPA methodology.
- An information sheetsummarizingthe results of the bench-marking exercise and showing major trends.
Number of staff provided
Project Manager: Jan Stelter
News • May 29, 2018
Seoul, Korea – May 29 – The Sustainable Landscapes Thematic team based at the GGGI Seoul headquarters, led by Annawati van Paddenburg, organized a special learning session today on the topic of Enhancing Soil Function for Green Growth – Soil Security. GGGI invited Prof Alex McBratney from the University of Sydney to highlight the importance of soil security, […]
News • December 31, 2019
On November 20, 2019, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) together with the Society of Environmental Journalists (SIEJ) held the event themed Journalist Training and Media Discussion: Sustainable Development and Finance in the Indonesia Maju Cabinet at Greenhouse, Jakarta. The training was held upon finding that the media currently are often unable to contextualize current […]