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Partner countries are implementing evidence-based sectoral and thematic reforms in line with inclusive green economy priorities.

PAGE supports countries and provinces with sectoral and thematic diagnostics, assessments, and policy analysis, and with advisory support, integrated into the design and advancement of sectoral and thematic policies, strategies and plans. 

The mobilization of partners to support Inclusive Green Economy (IGE) transformation, including donors, international organizations, civil society, academic and research institutions, and the private sector, is another key area of support. 

 Achievements to 2020:

  • 37 sectoral or thematic policies supporting IGE priorities supported by PAGE in 13 countries (10 additional policies in 5 countries in 2020)
  • 85 reports (16 additional reports in 2020) completed, providing sectoral or thematic IGE diagnostics, assessments, and policy analysis 
  • 161 consultations (30 additional consultations in 2020) held to share results of sectoral policy analysis 
  • 49 partners in 15 countries (4 additional partners in 2020) formally agreed to co-financing, complementary follow-up programming, pledges, and public-private partnerships 
Sectoral Reform
  • PAGE work in Mongolia has supported the implementation of sectoral and thematic reforms in line with national priorities.

  • PAGE has supported decent work, as well as green policies across industry, agriculture and forestry, water, transportation and solid waste.

  • PAGE identified four priority areas aligned with the Plan Senegal Emergent (PSE), backed by the findings of the original Green Economy Assessment from 2013. These are outlined below, with additional information related to entrepreneurship included under Strengthening Capacity.

  • PAGE work has centred on three key thematic areas: sustainable finance, green jobs and resource efficiency.

  • PAGE’s work in Mauritius has spanned several sectors and cross-cutting themes with far-reaching consequences identified in the National Vision, including poverty reduction, industrial waste management, SME finance, green jobs, and public expenditure on climate change.

  • PAGE has supported reforms across thematic and sectoral areas, including sustainable agriculture, sustainable trade and green industry.

  • PAGE has supported South Africa across a variety of sectors in stimulating dialogue and collaboration to increase understanding, accelerate reform and support ownership.

  • PAGE has continued to support sectoral and thematic reforms, with a focus on green industry, green trade and green jobs.

  • PAGE has supported work in several sectoral and thematic areas to address critical issues relating to sustainability and social inclusion

  • PAGE work has focused on the identification of priority sectors for support, as well as the inclusion of specific sectoral and thematic policy documents into the newly adopted Green Economy Development Programme. PAGE progress on sectoral and thematic reform as well as areas of focus for 2020 are highlighted below.

  • A Green Economy Assessment completed in 2015 identified priority areas that could drive a green economy transition in Uruguay, including agriculture, livestock, industry and tourism. These findings contributed to the implementation of PAGE activities.

  • PAGE work contributes specifically to key sectoral and thematic priority areas identified in the Green State Development Strategy.

  • Several events and activities have taken place in relation to waste management, green industry and green jobs, in line with priority areas identified by the Argentinian government. These will form the basis of workstreams focused on sectoral and thematic policy reforms.

  • PAGE work to date has focused on waste management, green fiscal policy for industry, and sustainable public procurement. PAGE progress on sectoral and thematic reform as well as areas of focus for 2021 are highlighted below. 

  • While the overall PAGE programme was still under development, first sectorally and thematically focused activities were already explored in 2019 and 2020 in a few select areas, including the green transition of the India Railways, sustainable manufacturing and green finance.

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