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Korea Green Growth Partnership (KGGP) progress report 2013-14 (English)

Korea has learned valuable lessons applicable to sustainable economic development through its journey from low-income country in the 1960s to one of the most dynamic economies in the world. Once plagued by air pollution and high energy imports, Korea positioned its program of resource management and climate change as an opportunity for socially inclusive economic growth. Projects implemented across sectors in Korea, urban planning, transport, ICT, water and waste management, carbon financing, and others, are not only reducing greenhouse gases (GHG), they are also promoting broad prosperity while making Korea more resilient to both economic shocks and natural disasters. Korea’s interest in promoting green growth does not stop at its own borders. Established in 2011, the USD $40-million four year KGGTF’s over-arching goal is to share knowledge and lessons based on their experiences and to build green growth planning capacity in WBG client countries. The KGGTF finances green growth programs, projects, and knowledge activities in partnership with the World Bank Group (WBG), the Korean Green Growth Partnership (KGGP).




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Diehl,Adam Stone Morri,Aldo Bagliani, Anthony Lee,Changgi Wataya,Eiko Travers,Eileen Yi,Eun Joo Allison Hassan,Iman

Korea Green Growth Partnership (KGGP) progress report 2013-14 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.