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CONNECTKaro 2015 - Session 7A - GPC - Green Growth Planning and Implementation

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Speaker - Ajith Radhakrishnan, Senior Advisor, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)

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CONNECTKaro 2015 - Session 7A - GPC - Green Growth Planning and Implementation

  1. 1. Perspectives from Karnataka 16 April, 2015 Global Green Growth Institute 1
  2. 2. 2 Our Vision A resilient world of strong, inclusive and sustainable growth. Our Objective GGGI Member countries move towards a model of green growth. While this will be differentiated for countries, at its core will be strategies that simultaneously achieve poverty reduction, social inclusion, environmental sustainability and resource security. We aim to do this through realization of three strategic outcomes over the next six years: 1. Strengthened national green growth planning, financing and institutional frameworks. 2. Increased green investment flows. 3. Improved multi-directional knowledge sharing and learning between countries on green growth. About the Global Green Growth Institute Our 24 Member Countries… and Growing
  3. 3. Where We WorkThematic Priorities • Energy • Green City Development • Land-Use • Water • Multi-Sectoral
  4. 4. Where We WorkWhere We Work
  5. 5. GGGI India Program Overview  GGGI India program was launched in early 2013  Growing portfolio of current and planned projects  Inter-linkages of green growth and development across different sectors  In-country team with technical expertise and project management oversight  Partnerships with national research institutions and state governments 5
  6. 6. Green Growth in Indian Context  Growth Inducing  Enhanced Energy Security  Green Jobs  Increased Industrial Competitiveness  More Inclusive  Poverty Alleviation  Reduced Vulnerability to impacts of Climate Change  Environmentally Sustainable  Better Natural Resources Management (e.g. Forests, water, minerals)  Improved Energy Efficiency  Improved Air Quality  Reduced GHG Emission Intensity (of GDP) Firmly grounded in current/announced policies and action plans 6
  7. 7. Green Growth Value Chain and Offering Planning for Implementation 7
  8. 8. Context STATE GREEN GROWTH STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT KM & OUTREACH KEY OPPORTUNITIES GREEN GROWTH BENEFITS PRIORITIZED ACTIONS INVESTMENT&FINANCING Economic&SocialPriorities (Vision2020) Environmental Priorities (SAPCC) Micro Irrigation Electric Buses
  9. 9. Approach
  10. 10. Analytical Framework Analytical Models Climate Resilience Analysis Green Economy Analysis CO-BENEFITS OPPORTUNITIES IMPLEMENTABILITY SECTOR-LEVEL IMPACTS ASSESSMENT FINANCE & INVESTMENT ANALYSIS IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT & CAPACITY BUILDING
  11. 11. Analytics Climate Projections under RCP 4.5 and RCP 8.5 scenarios Historical Change in temperature in 2030s and 2080s relative to the industrial period Change in precipitation in 2030s and 2080s relative to the industrial period Climate Impact Assessment Water Sector Agriculture Forests Vulnerability Profiling Bio-physical Socio-economic Adaptation Sector-wise; based on projected impacts (Bio- physical) Local coping strategies documented Adaptation deficit identified 11
  12. 12. Prioritization of GG Opportunities
  13. 13. Prioritisation of GG Opportunities Public Transportation, General EE Measures, T&D Loss Reduction and Wind sectors are to be taken by GoK on a priority basis Solar and Electric Vehicles have a great potential to become Thrust areas 13
  14. 14. Deep Dives for Implementation Waste Heat Recovery Rooftop Solar Wind Power Micro Irrigation Electric Buses
  15. 15. MI for energy, water, emissions reduction 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Gujarat Punjab Madhya Pradesh Haryana Rajasthan Karnataka leads in MI but lags in Fertilizer Use Efficiency potential % Area covered under MI % adoption of Fertigation (Microirrigation+fertilizer) among MI beneficiaries 18% area under MI but 0% adoption of Fertigation
  16. 16. Benefits Assessment
  17. 17. Social benefits strengthens case for electric buses Total cost of ownership INR millions Social benefits INR lacs
  18. 18. Reduced vulnerability and RE • Good Potential of Wind in Waste Lands and Agri Land • Ranks 2 in Socio Economic Vul. Index • Good Potential of Wind in Waste Lands and Agri Land • Ranks 7 in Socio Economic Vul. Index • Good Potential of Wind • Ranks 4 in Socio Economic Vul. Index Wind Energy Potential 1 Chikkballapura 2 Chamarajnagar 3 Chitradurga 4 Bellary 5 Chikmagalur Vul. Districts (rank wise) 1 Yadgir 2 Chitradurga 3 Raichur 4 Chamarajanagar 5 Chikkaballapura Smart public and private investments in wind infrastructure development will directly impact adaptive capacity in most vulnerable districts resulting in multiplier effect
  19. 19. 19 http://gggi.org/14869/
  20. 20. Thank You

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