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    Water and Green Economy

    An economy is considered a green economy if it results in improved human well-being and social equity, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities (working definition by UNEP). In its simplest expression, a green economy can be thought of as one which is low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive.

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    E-learning platforms

    Online e-learning facility for green growth capacity development (ESCAP)
    The Green Growth on-line e-Learning facility takes an integrative, multidisciplinary approach towards promoting environmentally-sustainable economic growth. Moreover, the facility is designed to educate participants about the most innovative, cost-effective approaches to Green Growth.

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    Trade and Environment (WTO)

    An important element of the WTO’s contribution to sustainable development and protection of the environment comes in the form of furthering trade opening in goods and services to promote economic development, and by providing stable and predictable conditions that enhance the possibility of innovation. It is the potential impact of economic growth and poverty alleviation that makes trade a powerful ally of sustainable development.

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