Search results: “barometer”

29 results for “barometer” (3 pages):

India Green Economy Barometer 2018

The India Green Economy Barometer 2018, published by Development Alternatives and the Green Economy Coalition (GEC), is a detailed analysis of the state of the transition to a sustainable, inclusive e Continue reading…

South Africa Green Economy Barometer 2018

The South Africa Green Economy Barometer, published by South African thinktanks the African Centre and Trade & Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS) and supported by the Green Economy Coalition (GEC Continue reading…

Uganda Green Economy Barometer 2018

Detailed research report tracking the transition to green & fair economies in Uganda Continue reading…

Монгол Улсын ногоон эдийн засгийн барометр 2018

This is a Mongolian-language translation of the Mongolia Green Economy Barometer 2018. For the English edition, please click here. Эдийн засгийн бодлого, өрсөлдөх чадварын судалгааны төв (ЭЗБӨЧСТ) бо Continue reading…

PRESS RELEASE: Only 5 out of 10 for South Africa’s transition to a green economy

New research launched today shows that South Africa’s transition to a low-carbon, sustainable and inclusive future is stuck in first gear, with ambitious policies on paper but slow progress on the gro Continue reading…

Mongolia Green Economy Barometer 2018

The Mongolia Green Economy Barometer 2018, published by Mongolian thinktank the Economic Policy and Competitiveness Research Centre (EPCRC) and the Green Economy Coalition (GEC), is a detailed analysi Continue reading…

Mongolia's kids on their green economy future

Our dialogue partners in Mongolia, the Economic Policy and Competitiveness Research Centre (EPCRC), have produced a new video interviewing students in Ulaanbaatar for their thoughts on the green econo Continue reading…

Press Release: Mongolia's Green Economy Barometer

Building a better future in the land of the eternal blue sky Continue reading…

"It's like a warzone": Life in the world's most polluted city

Step outside on a winter’s day in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, and you’ll immediately notice two things. The first is the bitter cold: temperatures in January regularly reach −40 °C, making t Continue reading…

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