Traditionally, we have relied on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to measure a country’s economic performance, and more broadly, as a way of anticipating overall wellbeing. However, GDP has limitations as it fails to account for the stocks of capital that underpin income and thereby says little about the economy’s ability...Read more

22 October 2018, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic - A Green Economy week was held in the Kyrgyz Republic last week, with a message that a transition to a greener and more inclusive economy is key for advancing the sustainable development of the country. 

The week was full of the side-events throughout the...Read more

22 October 2018, Georgetown, Guyana - Guyana’s inaugural Green Expo and International Small Business Summit was held in Georgetown from the 18th – 21st October 2018.  The event, held under the theme Sustainable economic growth through small business innovation, entrepreneurship and transformative government policies was made possible through the collaborative efforts of...Read more

18 October 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia - PAGE officially kicked off its work in Indonesia, with an Inception Workshop being held today. Indonesia, a partner country recently welcomed onto the PAGE programme, is fast becoming one of the largest economies in South East Asia. However, the country faces significant threats to its...Read more

17-18 September 2018, Dakar, Senegal – Earlier this month, PAGE supported a cross-sectoral training session in Senegal on the integrated Threshold 21 SDG model (T21-iSDG), a tool used to support green economy policy development by predicting the effects of policy interventions throughout the national economy. The training was led by...Read more