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Summary

"The economic analysis in the Green Economy Report builds in part on the encouraging signs and results of many initiatives around the world. A number of these come from developing countries, including emerging economies, and illustrate a positive benefit stream from specific green investments and policies, that if scaled up and integrated into a comprehensive strategy, could offer an alternative development pathway, one that is pro-growth, projobs and pro-poor.

  1. Renewable Energy in China
  2. Feed-in tariffs in Kenya
  3. Organic Agriculture in Uganda
  4. Sustainable Urban Planning in Brazil
  5. Rural Ecological Infrastructure in India
  6. Forest Management in Nepal
  7. Ecosystem Services in Ecuador
  8. Solar Energy in Tunisia"


References

  1.  "Green Economy: Developing Country Success Stories"