Help shape the future of green growth
The OECD Green Growth Strategy is being developed to address both economic and environmental challenges, with input from multiple disciplines. As OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría said in April 2010:
"[...] Green Growth is not only an environmental imperative, it bears also the potential to contribute to better economic performance with new innovative technologies, new and more efficient productions methods with more sustainable value chains and new green jobs."
This work will change how we look at many aspects of economic activity. This is an opportunity for delegates and other stakeholders to provide their input and exchange perspectives on the key questions:
- Why do we need greener growth?
- What is greener growth and how do we achieve it?
- How do we measure progress towards greener growth?
The outline of the Synthesis Report has just been posted on the International Green Growth Dialogue Clearspace site, and interested parties are invited to comment by 20 October. Using the IGGD for the first time?
The Interim Report of the Green Growth Strategy, presented to the Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM) in May 2010, contains preliminary findings on a number of key issues. The Synthesis Report will be delivered to the MCM in May 2011 and will address a broader range of issues.
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