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#GGKPWebinar Series | Rebuilding Better: South Africa’s green and inclusive industrial policies


 

 

 

 

How does South Africa's COVID-19 recovery strategy support green industry?
 

How can specific green industrial policies support immediate and long-term recovery in South Africa and beyond? 
 

How have green industrial policy interventions addressed inequality in South Africa?
 

How will South Africa’s green industrial policies help the country thrive in the economy of the future, for example in the automotive sector?
 

How can South Africa support green industrial transformation in the region?
 

On 22 September (3pm CEST) join us for a discussion on how green industry policy can stimulate low-carbon growth, boost competitiveness and create jobs, while helping to avert future crises with insights from South Africa. 

This webinar will showcase the Green Economy Policy Review methodology from the United Nations Environment Programme and present the findings from its analysis of South Africa’s industrial policy framework

You'll also learn more about the Global Opportunities for SDGs (GO4SDGs) initiative, which offers a range of services designed to support green industrial policy and trade, including the Green Industrial Policy and Trade Toolbox, the Practitioner's Guide to Strategic Green Industrial Policy and the Green Growth Knowledge Partnership's Green Industry Platform

 

 

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About the GGKP
The Green Growth Knowledge Partnership (GGKP) is a global community of organizations and experts dedicated to providing the policy, business and finance communities with knowledge, data, guidance and tools to transition to an inclusive green economy through the policy-focused Green Growth Knowledge PlatformGreen Industry Platform and Green Finance Platform. The GGKP is led by the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and World Bank Group.

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