What Works in Montenegro Could Work in Tajikistan
The inaugural conference of the Economics of Green Growth Peer-Assisted Learning Network was timely and important, according to participants. "If we want to make sure we give humanity the chance to enjoy a decent life, we need to ensure growth that provides jobs, while at the same time protecting and improving the state of the environment," said Aneta Wilmańska of Poland’s Ministry of Environment.
The focus was on building a network for sharing ideas and technical cooperation among senior government specialists from Ministries of Finance, Economy, and Environment on the economics of climate change and green growth. World Bank staff and officials from Europe and Central Asian countries joined key experts to identify common interests.