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Inclusive Green Growth: The Pathway to Sustainable Development

To get to sustainable development, we need well-designed, inclusive green growth policies that can improve social welfare for all, promote careful stewardship of natural resources, and respect the delicate balance of the planet. In the 2012 report Inclusive Green Growth: The Pathway to Sustainable Development, World Bank economists set out an economic argument and framework for countries to begin greening their growth.


World Bank Vice President for Sustainable Development Rachel Kyte launches the report on May 10, 2012, at the Global Green Growth Summit in Seoul. (Rachel Kyte begins at 13:15)

OverviewFull Report

Chapter 1: An Analytical Framework for Inclusive Green Growth

Chapter 2: Influencing Firms, Consumers, and Policy Makers Through Market and Non-Market Mechanisms

Chapter 3: Green Innovation and Industrial Policies

Chapter 4: Human Capital: Implications of Green Growth Policies for Labor Markets and Job Creation

Chapter 5: Natural Capital: Managing Resources for Sustainable Growth

Chapter 6: Physical Capital: The Role of Infrastructure in Green Growth Strategies

Chapter 7: Crafting a Green Growth Strategy

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Chapter 1: A Learning Lab for Inclusive Green Growth

Chapter 2: Urban & Infrastructure Services

Chapter 3: Natural Resources & Rural Services


Last updated: 2012-05-31

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