The Global Green Growth Forum (3GF) is a partnership between the Governments of Denmark, Korea and Mexico, leading global corporations and international organisations. The mission of the Forum is to explore and demonstrate how better collaboration among leading businesses, investors and key public institutions can effectively realize the potential for long-term global green growth.
The second Forum – 3GF2012 – was held in Denmark on 8-9 October 2012 under the thematic headline “Resource Efficiency and Growth”. Secretary-General of the OECD, Angel Gurría, took part in a panel discussion focusing on key parameters of resource efficient growth – governance, finance, innovation and technology, and moderated the Green Growth Leaders Informal Dialogue.
The transition to a green economy has the potential to unlock new growth engines, create new jobs and spur global economic growth. 3GF offers a unique space for governments, businesses, investors and experts to collectively identify and realise this potential. The Forum is a platform for creative solution-oriented thinking and bottom-up public private cooperation with the potential to give speed and scale to a green economic transition – and to reap the economic potential in the transition.
Please find out more details on the 3GF 2012 website
Measuring the potential of local green growth: An analysis of Greater Copenhagen
OECD work on green growth
Green growth and sustainable development