The Academy on the Green Economy gathers policymakers, UN agencies and non-state actors to share country efforts and experiences towards a more sustainable, inclusive and green recovery. Many governments have pledged to include green recovery measures in their policies to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. But what is really happening on the ground? What challenges do governments encounter in their efforts to build back better? What are the ways have they found to overcome the obstacles? The 4th edition of the Green Economy Academy, organized with the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), aims to support the global transition to environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive economies during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
The 4th version of the Green Economy Academy is specifically targeting: - Policymakers, decision-makers, and technical staff from civil society organizations, trade unions, employers' organizations, businesses, and research institutions - Staff and practitioners from PAGE partner agencies, collaborating agencies, and funding partners
This Academy engages key experts and country representatives to share their knowledge and experiences on the following topics:
This Academy equips participants with the knowledge and skills they need to promote a green and inclusive recovery.
During the two weeks of the Academy, participants will have the chance to participate in:
The Academy is offered in English, French and Spanish. Plenary sessions will be supported by simultaneous translation, while elective courses on green economy measure in different countries will be offered in the three languages separately.