The latest news, events & thinking on the path to green economies
Fear, trust, transformation: eco-social contracts for the polycrisis
When you close your eyes and look into the future – what do you see?
"It could now take 131 years to close the global #gender gap after an "entire generation" of progress was lost to #COVID19. Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and New Zealand are in the top five but the US is falling behind."
2024 - Crisis tribes, elections, and a systemic solidarity response
Are COVID-19, climate change, migration, and war all manifestations of a deeper shared malaise?
Safeguarding Our Future: ACODE’s Pioneering Work to Protect the Wetlands and River Rwizi
Hear how ACODE Uganda are empowering change and engaging local communities for a more sustainable future.
New eco-social contracts for the UN's 'Pact for the Future'
Our submission to the UN Summit for the Future explores how eco-social contracts can help reshape the Sustainable Development Goals
A better future won’t happen without better industrial policy
As the Labour Party’s £28bn green investment pledge goes the way of the dodo we revisit the reasons for a green and fair industrial strategy
COP28 is over, long live COP29!
Our Global Policy Director on the progress and challenges ahead after returning from the latest round of UN climate talks in Dubai.
Our Global hub coordinates the GEC network, builds new partnerships, and sets overall network strategy.
The Amazon plays a vital role in regulating the global climate, as well as hosting hundreds of thousands of unique species.
The Caribbean region comprises 30 nations and is one of the most biologically diverse areas of the world.
To seize a green future, Senegal must overcome the very real challenges of entrenched poverty, inequality, and environmental deterioration.
Uganda has the potential to become a green economic powerhouse, powered by organic agriculture and clean energy.
Peru is a nation of green riches - from the frozen Andean peaks and the deep Amazon, to the diverse coastal waters, the country is home to a huge wealth of species and ecosystems.
Decades of economic dependence on dirty industry and mining has left Mongolia an unequal and polluted society.
India is booming. It is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. Yet the current growth path is neither creating enough jobs nor helping the poorest.
Structural economic reform is too big to be handled alone. Our members include trade unions, businesses, NGOs, UN agencies and citizen’s groups.
Our economies create wealth for the few, at the expense of the many; they prioritise consumption over sustainability. We need something different.
The Green Economy Tracker
Our flagship analysis tool, the Green Economy Tracker assesses the promise and progress of national green economies across 26 policies.