Technical Guidance

Green industrial policy: Concept, policies, country experiences


 
Green industrial policy instruments can support the transition to economic structures that balance environmental sustainability and wealth creation and help catalyse the needed change towards a sustainable future. The report provides valuable insights and background knowledge for policy-makers and academia and paints a detailed picture of the state of research into green industrial policy.

The Integrated Green Economy Modelling Framework

The Integrated Green Economy Modelling (IGEM) framework presents a methodology on how to integrate three of the main modelling techniques (SD, CGE and IO-SAM) used for green economy policy assessment.

Guidance for PAGE Partner Countries

Implementing a PAGE project is a complex task. The guidance note informs about key phases, project management and intended results.

Practitioner's Guide to Green Industrial Policy

PAGE developed this guide to provide practical advice on the evolving concept of Strategic Green Industrial Policy (SGIP) for policy practitioners.

The Green Economy Progress Measurement Framework

The Green Economy Progress (GEP) Measurement Framework helps countries evaluate their overall progress towards
 an Inclusive Green Economy and to enable a cross-country comparison of progress. 

Country Starter Kit

A set of analytical toolkits to help assess and formulate policies under PAGE.

GREEN INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND TRADE: A TOOL-BOX

The tool-box provides a ‘menu for choice’ of the traderelated green industrial policy tools available and clarify their structure and operation, while outlining their implications with regard to trade policy.

Informing Green Economic Policy Making - Video

The video provides an introduction to the policy assessment support offered by PAGE, based on concrete country examples.

SYNTHESIS REPORT: INTEGRATED PLANNING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

This report seeks to further the understanding of the practicalities of embedding such integrated approaches across the planning cycle in countries at various stages of development.