Training workshop and edited volume on "Green Growth: Political Ideology, Political Economy and Policy Alternatives"
|Project Summary||The project will help the creation and dissemination of scientific knowledge on “Green Growth,” an important strategy in contemporary global change and sustainable development policy and practice. The two outputs of the project are an international training workshop and an edited volume from a leading international academic publisher. The training workshop will bring together senior scholars and policy practitioners from around the world and young researchers and policy practitioners from the Asia-Pacific region. This is designed to produce long-term gains by enhancing scientific and policy capacity regarding Green Growth and its link to global environmental change via knowledge production, training and wider dissemination. The objective of Green Growth through the Green Economy is a rapidly advancing but inadequately studied policy agenda. This project fills a crucial gap in the training of young researchers and practitioners as well as in the literature on the subject.|
|Project Leader||Dr. Manu V. Mathai, |
Research Fellow, United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)
|Project Collaborators||Dr. Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira, |
Senior Research Fellow, UNU-IAS
Dr. Gareth Dale, Senior Lecturer, Politics and History, Brunel University
|Countries Involved||Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Nepal, Philippines, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom|
|Project Duration||1 year|
|Year of Completion||2017|
|Project Output||Dale, G., Mathai, M. V., & Oliveira, J. A. (2016). Green growth: ideology, political economy and the alternatives. London, UK: Zed Books Ltd.|
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“Training workshop and edited volume on "Green Growth: Political Ideology, Political Economy and Policy Alternatives",” APN E-Lib, accessed February 20, 2018, http://www.apn-gcr.org/resources/items/show/1939.
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