Green Recovery Dialogue: Greening Economies to Enable Transformative Change

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00:00 Welcome and opening remarks
05:01 How the World Bank is providing support to developing countries
12:55 Climate change action plan: A whole-of-economy approach
20:15 Why Germany supports the whole-of-economy approach
26:11 Key entry points for using the whole-of-economy approach
33:31 Key macro-fiscal interventions
39:47 Mainstreaming climate in Egypt economic planning
45:15 How governments utilize a whole-of-economy approach
51:20 The role of the international community
53:40 Q&A from the live audience
58:03 Closing remarks

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George Darlington Hashaka

I am delighted to be part of this very important event that is a MUST if we are to overcome the current economic situation that we are grappling with during this post COVID-19 period.
Wed, 03/30/2022 - 09:02
George Darlington Hashaka

I am delighted to be part of this very important event that is a MUST if we are to overcome the current economic situation that we are grappling with during this post COVID-19 period.
Wed, 03/30/2022 - 09:02
Allen

The drive to a green world is a good initiative that should be supported by everyone globally. My question now is, what efforts are being put in place to assist small players in the solar industry? Considering that there are parts of Africa that have for many years been accustomed to using utility power from thermal power stations which emit greenhouse gases. I think more should be done to assist solar businesses and players that have been established but are struggling financially in Africa. This in my view can speed up the process of reducing emissions as the need for thermal power is reduced.Thank youAllen
Wed, 03/30/2022 - 09:02
Allen

The drive to a green world is a good initiative that should be supported by everyone globally. My question now is, what efforts are being put in place to assist small players in the solar industry? Considering that there are parts of Africa that have for many years been accustomed to using utility power from thermal power stations which emit greenhouse gases. I think more should be done to assist solar businesses and players that have been established but are struggling financially in Africa. This in my view can speed up the process of reducing emissions as the need for thermal power is reduced.Thank youAllen
Wed, 03/30/2022 - 09:02
TOM mOGAKA

Everyone should join in the fight of tackling the reduction of carbon emissions and all Governments should include it in their budget
Wed, 03/30/2022 - 09:05

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