Held on 13-14 November 2014, this 3rd Forum focused on addressing the social implications of green growth. It examined its impact on employment, skills and income and informed policymakers on how best to respond to changing demands, with a focus on the equity considerations of energy sector reforms.
Governments must seize new opportunities to ensure that green growth - strong economies and a clean environment - offer the potential to increase the well-being of all citizens in all countries.
Green growth also means making investment in the environment a driver for economic growth. It will require a shift in both public and private investments, with the limited public funds available carefully targeted and accompanied by the right policy frameworks to help leverage private financing.
As world economies become more integrated, economic growth has created environmental problems that demand global solutions.
In the context of the 2012 East Asia Climate Partnership (EACP) programme, the OECD has engaged in a 2-year horizontal project, whose overarching objective is to help promote green growth in selected ASEAN countries, in line with the region’s development objectives.