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PAGE drives global conversation to accelerate change towards building inclusive green economies. Events, platforms and knowledge products connect IGE champions throughout the world to share success stories and business cases, and drive coordination.

PAGE informs inclusive green economy transitions through technical advice, analysis and capacity building.

  • In 2020, UNITAR and GGKP, with the support of PAGE, launched the Green Learning Network (GLN) — a space designed for learning institutions and education professionals to share, collaborate and learn from one another […]

  • As an extension of the Learning for a Green Recovery initiative, PAGE launched a new twelve-episode podcast series, The Green Renaissance, with the first episode debuting in December 2020 […]

  • A series of sectoral green policy and investment decisions are being informed by an economic valuations approach — Targeted Scenario Analysis (TSA) in Latin America […]

  • Through global and regional events stakeholders are able to share knowledge, exchange ideas and learn best practices from one another. These forums inspire discourse and action on inclusive green economy.

  • The Latin America Green Awards (Premios Latinoamérica Verde) were held in their 7th edition in 2020, giving visibility to 500 of the best social and environmental projects in Latin America […]

  • By providing global and regional training and learning programmes, PAGE strengthens the capacity of individuals, government and institutions — developing expertise and enabling them to put inclusive green economy principles into practice.

  • During the Latin America Green Awards, PAGE organized a workshop in August 2020 for journalists in the region, creating a forum for exchange and discussion on best practices on […]

  • PAGE, led by UNIDO and in cooperation with the Central European University, organized the course “Green Industrialization: Pathways towards Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development” […]

  • This UNITAR-led initiative launched in September 2020, offering six self-paced, online green recovery courses, free of charge. The series aims to educate a wide audience, enhancing an informed policy […]

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      of learners will use the information acquired in the course

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      of learners found the e-course useful

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      of learners said the content of the modules is relevant to their respective career

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