The workshop, which was co-organized by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) in the context of the 2012 Green Growth and Sustainable Development (GG-SD) Forum, discussed the role of public policy, green technologies, finance, and development cooperation in supporting green growth, as well as case studies from Africa and Asia.
28 November 2012: The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) have organized a workshop, titled “Green Growth Development Paths for a Better Future,” which brought together policy makers and experts from developing countries to discuss the creation of an enabling framework and effective policies to support inclusive green growth opportunities.
The workshop took place on 22 November in the context the 2012 Green Growth and Sustainable Development Forum (GG-SD). The workshop featured two sessions, which covered a range of topics, including: A global green growth architecture; innovations in green technologies and options for developing countries; the role of public policies in leveraging private financing for green growth; green growth in Africa; the role of development cooperation in supporting green growth; and case studies from Ethiopia, Cambodia, Mongolia, the Philippines, and Kyrgyzstan. All the presentations are available on the OECD website. [OECD Press Release]