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Kim Nguyen Van

on 17 December 2012

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Mainstreaming Green Growth in Private Sector Development DCED Green Growth Working Group Setting the Stage What is Green Growth? Why should we bother? Fostering economic growth and development while
ensuring that natural assets continue to provide
the resources and environmental services on which
our well-being relies.” (OECD) Green growth is about making growth processes resource-efficient, cleaner and more resilient without necessarily slowing them. (World Bank) Green Economy is an economy that improves human well-being and social equity while simultaneously reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities.“ (UNEP) “Green Growth is the way to go”
President Lee Myung-bak,South Korea Current cost of degradation as % of GDP on average: 8% Sustainability Economic Ecologic Social Productivity levels in 2030: -2.4%
Productivity levels in 2050: -7.2% potentials estimates by ILO provide incentive structures and support to private sector to change production and consumption patterns provide an incentivizing institutional framework implement innovative financing schemes ensure that employment, decent work and social inclusion are part of green growth strategies ! foster green innovation systems Rationale for PSD:

poverty reduction through private sector led growth!

Sustainable Development GDP per Capity / Poverty Rate growth rate poverty rate time complementary goals but it needs to be broad based inclusive growth GDP per Capita / environmental damage time environmental damage growth rate green growth green and inclusive growth China: net gain of 9.5m jobs over next five years if phase out of most energy intensive industries and replacing them with renewable technology and other "green" businesses Germany: Greentech sector already contributes to 8% GDP, which is expected to rise to 14% GDP by 2020. South Africa: Success in the large scale development of renewables could realize direct economic benefits of up to 50,000 short and longer term jobs and US$55 billion in green investment over the next 15 years green and inclusive growth
what does it require? enable private sector through good growth policies! addressing market failures...
getting the prices right... + more active policies such as... green PSD! examples of green growth interventions Economic Policies for Green Growth Vietnam
introduction of environmental tax on fossil fuels, chemicals/pesticides and plastic bags.

expected decrease in CO2-emissions: 7.5% or 9 million tonnes per year,
expected tax revenues: EUR 1.5 billion/year. German Development Cooperation
services included policy impact
modelling, training seminars and
study tours, as well as the
provision of expertise on tax
design and implementation by
experts from German federal

Global Network of National Cleaner Production Centres (UNIDO, UNEP)

assisting thousands of companies to implement sustainable production while saving costs and increasing revenues Green Industries for Green Growth Green Value Chains to Promote Green Growth Example:

dairy value chain in India:

full integration of dung into a ‘Dairy Dung-Energy’ to provide basic energy needs and help tackle key dairy quantity and quality bottlenecks. prepares concept notes and additional research on PSD approaches to Green Growth

carries out stocktaking and facilitates inter-agency learning

holds expert meetings to further advocate, expand and disseminate knowledge the DCED Green Growth Working Group fact sheets on various green growth PSD-interventions
policy brief in preparation for the Rio+20 outcome document
scoping study on economic potentials for women in green growth
report on policy measures to support inclusive and green business models stocktaking of members green growth activities
regular inter agency exchange in GGWG meetings expert meetings on Green Growth Diagnostics
side event at Rio+20 Corporate Sustainability Forum on enabling green and inclusive markets For a Green Economy Tomorrow,
Private Sector Development Today will Tip the Scales! active private sector! ! Commitment of policy makers ! donor community support: capital innovation We wish you an inspiring and
productive meeting! knowledge capacities labour ideas business
models green
investments environmental
services green R&D green
value chains Corporate
Responsibility green R&D business
models transmission belt powered
by renewable energy... investments highly energy efficient packaging system business solutions private sector input frameworks for green business solutions quality control process optimization green value
chain sustainable
solutions sustainable
solutions support greening value chains
promote green / greening of industries
develop innovative financing schemes
advise on economic policies for green growth
advocate for green growth in international processes
foster public private collaboration

Mainstream Growth in PSD-strategies! "Business already has the products and solutions which are waiting to be diffused. However, what is needed is for governments to recognise this and support both flexible regulatory and voluntary policy frameworks as well as collaboration on a much broader scale."

Kris Gopalakrishnan, chairman of BASD "We recognize that a dynamic, inclusive, well-functioning, socially and environmentally responsible private sector is a valuable instrument that can offer a crucial contribution to economic growth and reducing poverty and promoting sustainable development. In order to foster private-sector development, we shall continue to pursue appropriate national policy and
regulatory frameworks in a manner consistent with national laws to encourage public and private initiatives, including at the local level, to foster a dynamic and well-functioning business sector, and to facilitate entrepreneurship and innovation including among women, the poor and the vulnerable. We will work to improve income growth and distribution, inter
alia through raising productivity, empowering women and protecting labour rights, and taxation. We recognize that the appropriate role of Government in relation to the promotion and regulation of the private sector will vary from country to country depending on national circumstances."

§268, Rio+20 outcome document. Kenya:
manufacturer of edible oils and soaps expanded production capacity and improved production efficiency: Annual benefits include more than USD 623,000 in savings. Impact Assessment of ILO

1.9 million additional full time jobs could be created (Though 400,000 jobs might be lost in low-productivity dung cake making)

with the right just transition policies in place for those who may lose their jobs, they could be retrained and re-employed in production of organic fertilizer from the slurry of the biogas plants.
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