Economic Instruments for Greening Development

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12 Aug 2012 - 13 Aug 2012 Paro, Bhutan

The two-day workshop brought together some 35 policy makers from Finance, Planning, Agriculture, Environment, Energy and other sector ministries from several countries across Asia. The workshop discussed the broad linkages among environmental change, poverty, and economic development and to jointly examine the challenges of ‘greening' development.  The workshop was jointly organized by UNDP, UNEP and SANDEE as part of an effort to integrate environment into development planning and thinking.



Agenda

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Session 1: Are we really growing? Measuring and accounting for well- being and the environment

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Session 2.1: Developments in greening accounts - Country examples, Bhutan

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Session 2.2: Developments in greening accounts - Country examples, India

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Session 4.1 - Panel discussion on mineral wealth, fiscal revenues and environmental conservation, India

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Session 4.2 - Panel discussion on mineral wealth, fiscal revenues and environmental conservation, Philippines

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Session 4.3 - Panel discussion on mineral wealth, fiscal revenues and environmental conservation, Philippines

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Session 6: Fixing market failures by valuing the environment

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Session 8: Addressing climate change: decentralized energy management in India

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Session 9: Adapting to Climate change in Bangladesh

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Session 10.1: Panel discussion on Climate and Environmental Public Expenditure Reviews, Bhutan

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Session 14.1: Evaluating our development programs - Country Examples, India

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Session 3: Economic instruments for greening development

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Session 12.1: Markets for ecosystem goods and bads -- REDD+ and Wildlife Insurance -- Country Examples, India

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Session 10.2: Panel discussion on Climate and Environmental Public Expenditure Reviews, Bangladesh

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Session 10.3: Panel discussion on Climate and Environmental Public Expenditure Reviews, Nepal

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Session 11: Managing our ecosystems

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Session 12.2: Markets for ecosystem goods and bads -- REDD+ and Wildlife Insurance -- Country Examples, Bhutan

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Session 12.3: Markets for ecosystem goods and bads -- REDD+ and Wildlife Insurance -- Country Examples, Indonesia

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Session 13: Examining development interventions: Are Cook stoves a win win?

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Session 14.2: Evaluating our development programs - Country Examples, Pakistan

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