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  • 1. questionary 2014 Test paper
  • 2. Questions Policy makers Academic/Research Donors Private NGOs Economic/ Finance/ Planning Environment Sector Ministries Economics/ Growth Environment/ Energy Policies, Programmes and Capacity How does the government or ministry define green growth and is it an explicit objective in policy making? X X X (X) (X) X (X) (X) What is the process for mainstreaming green growth and climate change in development plans and sector strategies X X X (X) (X) X (X) (X) What are the specific tools, policy instruments and activities used by government to promote green growth? X X X X X X X X What are the potential barriers to implementing green growth in national development plans/sector strategies? X X X X X X (X) X What is the level of institutional capacity on green growth issues and is this an issue in delivery and implementation? X X X X X X (X) (X) Macro-economic perspectives Stakeholder interview template Introduction ‘Green growth’ has existed as a concept for more than 30 years (eg the Bruntland Report in 1987[1], the Rio Summit in 1992 and the ‘correction’ of national accounts to take into account loss of natural resources). However, it has become more prevalent as a concept over the last decade, in particular with growing concerns about the food-energy-water-climate nexus and the rise in world food and energy prices. The term implies alignment of co-benefits between development and environmental improvement. This template sets out a semi-structed interview format for the stakeholder interviews, with an indication of how questions will be targeted at different constituencies and respondents. [1] World Commission on Environment and Development (1987)
  • 3. Macro-economic perspectives What are the trade-offs between environment and growth and how are these being addressed by government? X X X X X X X (X) Does green growth align with conventional growth policies or open up new areas for economic development? X X X X X X (X) (X) Does the government assess the impact of climate change and costs of action in terms of GDP and economic growth? X X X X X X (X) How are the implications of green growth/climate change for budgeting, revenues and expenditure being assessed? X X X (X) (X) X (X) What financial support exists for green growth and are there incentives for the private sector/non-state actors to invest? X X X X X X X X Do sector development plans promote green sectors as a strategic focus of economic development and job creation? X X X X X X X (X) Social and Poverty Perspectives What are the potential opportunities and challenges of green growth for povery reduction and social inclusion? X (X) (X) X (X) X (X) (X) How is the distribution of the benefits and costs of green growth for vulnerable groups monitored and managed? X (X) (X) X (X) X - (X) Do long-term green growth mechanisms, pathways and targets assess the potential social impact? X (X) (X) X (X) X - (X) How are green growth activities integrated into social development policy or welfare safety nets? X (X) (X) X (X) X - (X) How does the social protection system react to resource and commodity price adjustments (e.g. energy, water)? X (X) (X) X (X) X (X) (X)
  • 4. Resilience and environmental perspectives How are concepts of climate resilience included in national development/sector plans and how are they monitored? X X X (X) X X - (X) Are all policies, programmes and projects screened against potential climate risks and opportunities? X X X (X) X X - (X) How are long term climate change projections used in planning to minimise risk and improve decision making? X X X (X) X X - - Are adaptation and mitigation policies designed and delivered in an integrated way, with co-benefits maximised? X X X (X) X X - (X) Are environmental costs/benefits considered in planning processes (air and water quality, waste, ecosytems)? X X X (X) X X - - Research Opportunities What are the weaknesses in the underlying evidence base for green growth policy and how could these be improved? X X X X X X - (X) Which research institutions are engaged in green growth, climate change and economics? X X (X) X X X - (X) What regional networks exist that could support green growth research? X X (X) X X X - (X)

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