Shaping the green growth economy
Shaping the green growth economy : A review of the public debate and the prospects for green growth / Mark Huberty, Huan Gao, and Juliana Mandell with John Zysman. Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy, March 2011, 36 p.
As economies all over the world are struggling to create new economic momentum, a new study from leading policy experts at UC Berkeley, California, concludes that creating growth through emissions reduction policies is possible. They conclude that “Green Growth has some successes. However, each country will need to create its own version of green growth; one countries success is probably not replicable; indeed — energy conditions, demand patterns, government capacities, coalitions — all differ, and hence national strategies will differ. What needs to common to all these strategies will have in common is that long-term, sustainable green growth needs to figure out how the move to a low-carbon energy system can create growth in the entire economy.” The study reviews the global literature on green growth and furthermore concludes that the claim that reduction of CO2 are inherently incompatible with economic growth is false. (© Green Growth Leaders)
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Danièle Revel (2011, 20 avril). Shaping the green growth economy. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 25 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o8vl