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PAGE, in partnership with the Ministry of Industrial Development, SMEs and Cooperatives, continues its collaboration with Mauritius to find appropriate solutions to improve the management of industrial waste and promote circular economy and industrial symbiosis practices on the island.

On February 4, 2020, the kick-off meeting of a new project on...Read more

2019 was the year of growth and consolidation for PAGE. Partner countries such as, Thailand and Morocco joined PAGE and together, important contributions were made to advance the global sustainability agenda forward.

PAGE results from 2019 can be clustered around support provided for:

Informing global and national agenda setting

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The 2019 Green Economy Academy took place in Turin from 14 to 18 October. The event was very successful in delivering individual and institutional capacity development for Inclusive Green Economies.

Among the series of side events, the 2019 academy featured a knowledge fair. In this space, PAGE country partners, PAGE Agencies,...Read more

On 16 October, the Government of Senegal received the Future Policy Award for its National Strategy for the Promotion of Green Jobs (2015–2020). The strategy, which was developed with PAGE support, serves as the nation’s reference framework for green jobs promotion and represents a key instrument for implementing sustainable...Read more

The third edition of the Global Academy on the Green Economy took place in Turin, Italy from 14 to 18 October 2019. The event gathered over 100 participants coming from 34 countries, including policy-makers from PAGE countries, representatives from civil society, trade unions, business associations, and knowledge and research institutes,...Read more

New York, July 2019 - PAGE was cited as a key delivery mechanism of the Sustainable Development Goals in multiple voluntary national reviews (VNRs) submitted by Member States at the high-level political forum held at the UN Headquarters in July. The VNRs of PAGE's member countries--Uruguay, Mauritius, and Guyana, among...Read more



PAGE partner countries receive services for policy development and implementation, capacity building and financing for inclusive green economy transitions, tailored to their individual needs and circumstances. It allows each country to develop its own pathway to an economy that is low-carbon, resource efficient and equitable. PAGE is proud to be the partner of 20 countries in their efforts for deeper economic reframing around sustainability. Over the last five years, more than 90 countries have benefited from the capacity building and knowledge sharing services of PAGE.




While impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are still unfolding, the world is already facing effects that have spread far beyond our individual health and well-being. The shock to the global economy and to the lives of workers and families around the world will be felt for some time. This is an uncertain moment in our collective history — yet, these unforeseen events present all of us with an opportunity — to respond and help prevent and prepare for future shocks with new modalities that go beyond the status quo. Read more




2018 Annual Report



Key actors and stakeholders across sectors in Senegal participated in the third edition of the National Green Economy Days in Dakar on 11 and 12 February 2020. Since 2014, Senegal has committed to transforming its economy through the Plan Senegal Emergent (PSE), its national development plan, focused on the economic, social and environmental pillars of sustainable development.

PAGE has been supporting Senegal’s implementation of the PSE in a wide range of areas including, among other things, green jobs, entrepreneurship, capacity development and cross-sectoral policy analysis. Read more



PAGE Contributing to the SGDs

PAGE is increasingly being recognized as a model to deliver coordinated support of the UN system to countries for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and targets of the Paris Agreement. During its first four years (2014-2018), PAGE advanced the transition to IGE of 18 developing countries, supporting a model of growth that looks at each facets of sustainability: environmental, social and economic dimensions.

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Informing Green Economy Policymaking

PAGE – Informing Green Economy Policy Making