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Discussion Paper
The Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development has identified green economy as one of the important tools for achieving sustainable development, which can provide a significant opportunity to the shift to a new global economic paradigm. Mobilising investments at the economy-wide level towards green sectors and to the greening of...
Conference Paper
23rd International Input-Output Conference, 22-26 June 2015, Mexico City
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The Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development has identified green economy as one of the important tools for achieving sustainable development, which can provide a significant opportunity to the shift to a new global economic paradigm. Mobilising investments at the economy-wide level towards green sectors and to the greening of...
Presentation
23rd International Input-Output Conference
The Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development has identified green economy as one of the important tools for achieving sustainable development, which can provide a significant opportunity to the shift to a new global economic paradigm. Mobilising investments at the economy-wide level towards green sectors and to the greening of...
Book Chapter

第2章 绿色经济的理论探索和政策分析

In 绿色经济:联合国视野中的理论、方法与案例 (盛馥来,诸大建主编)
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Non Peer-reviewed Article
In International Workshop on Employment Implications of Environment & Climate Change-Related Measures and Policies: Crafting Malaysia’s Roadmap to a Green(er) Economy. 5-6 May 2015, Putrajaya International Convention Centre, Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Presentation

Environmental Goods and Services Sector: Economic and Employment Impact Analysis Using Input-Output Analysis for Japan

Green Jobs Assessment Institutions Network (GAIN) 2nd International Conference: Developing a Green Jobs Assessment Training Package, ILO,14-16 April 2015, Geneva
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Presentation

Ex-post Assessment of China's Industrial Energy Efficiency Policies during the 11th FYP

WRI Workshop on GHG accounting for policies, actions, and mitigaiton goals
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Climate Finance

Briefing at UNESCAP