Ppt on appropriate climate responsive technologies for inclusive growth and sustainable development

SDG’s SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

UN OWG SDGs proposal WSF 2014-07-19 8. Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all 8.1 sustain per capita economic growth in accordance with national circumstances, and in particular at least 7% per annum GDP growth in the least-developed countries 8.2 achieve higher levels of productivity of economies through diversification, technological upgrading and innovation, including through a focus on high value added/


1 ARCHIVAL MUSEUM for SHYAMA CHARAN LAHIRI FOUNDATION Project Report © Project : Sri Saumya Acharyya.

very comprehensive approach, dealing particularly with building in tropical climate zones, published by the Swiss Centre for Development Co operation in Technology and Management (SKAT). Climate responsive building is a possible alternative to climatic non-adapted building. It involves the application o f soft measures and natural means to reduce energy consumption by design, construction a nd materials appropriate for a specific climate. This also has positive consequences in terms of economy/


Developed by Gilbert & Samuels Company Limited Suva, Fiji August – October 2013 1 Association of Development Financing Institutions.

terms of technology, climate change, financial literacy, improvement of women’s participation in economic development and food security. 26 Association of Development Financing Institutions in the Pacific Strategic Goals for the next 5 years Comments from Phase 2 Survey (cont.d) : L – iven up membership: this means increasing both members’ base and benefits, engaging more with its members, partners and donors as well as enhancing business model growth and brand/


PALU Triennial General Assembly Governing Capital Flight and Illicit Transfers from Africa BrianTamuka Kagoro UNDP RSC ESA.

sustainable forms of technology and know- how to achieve sustainable clean development Avail Reparations for the harm you have so far caused(debt cancellation, rescheduling, new grants,etc) Ensure that NR exploitation results in sustainable development, more inclusive societies and/the commercial use of information and knowledge on genetic resources, when they have been appropriated gratis  Compensation for amounts spent by African governments and citizens adapting to climate variability (often given as /


Primary (K-2)Evidence:Intermediate (3-5)Evidence:Middle School (6-8)Evidence:High School (9-12)Evidence: Communicate and work appropriately with others.

a task and accept responsibility for the results. Identify capabilities of contemporary technology resources. Develop examples of how technology systems and services can assist them in pursuing personal interests. Understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior. (21.9-12.TL.5) Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology at an age- appropriate level. Students use technology efficiently and in a manner/


Siemens Industry Sector Communications Development Research Findings Prepared for Siemens and Ogilvy New York March 2013.

be as innovative as the ‘girl raising her hand ’visual – Press ads in China talk about improved competition – ‘Making Things Right’ also needs to include technology to support the shift to more efficient (less commodities) and sustainable (environmental impact) production Some objected to idea that business should have responsibility for making jobs: – “It is not our role to create jobs -We can grow the business/


Thailand Science, Technology and Innovation Policy & ASEAN Krabi Initiative By Dr. Yada Mukdapitak Deputy Secretary General National Science.

response to the increasing demand for industrial production to be more environmental friendly, STI should play a pivotal role in upgrading the industry by making use of low-carbon and cleaner technology. STI for mitigation and adaptation to climate change will be crucial for ASEAN sustainable development. 4. Food Security STI plays a vital role in ensuring food security for ASEAN 600 million population. From productivity improvement and optimization, appropriate mechanization of farms, appropriate/


1 The Growth Report Strategies for Sustained Growth and Inclusive Development Roberto Zagha Lusaka November 3, 2008.

focus? Sustained high inclusive growth and the policies, investments and political underpinnings that support it. –Sustained means over several decades –High means high single digits or above (ideally 7%) –Inclusive is meant to capture more than income: opportunity, productive employment, access to services, protection for people and families in economic transitions Primary target audience: political and policy leaders in developing countries with responsibility for strategies and policies for growth The/


UDIA Designing 2050: Creating 21 st century sustainable prosperity. Concepts bank and tool kit. Peter Ellyard Preferred Futures Institute 9 March 2012.

. Introducing a 21 st century Learning Culture  We need to create a learning culture appropriate for the 21 st century, which ensures that all assume responsibility for their own vocational learning and personal development throughout their whole lives.  This proposed learning culture has 8 elements and each makes use of 21 st century teaching, learning and technological advances.  Each of these should be realised in detail through the innovation/


Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Strategic Plan 2011/12 – 2014/15 Director-General 28 March 2011.

with clear targets:  Outcome (4): Decent employment through inclusive economic growth  Outcome (7): Vibrant, equitable, sustainable rural communities contributing towards food security for all  Outcome (10): Protect and enhance our environmental assets and natural resources  IPAP 2  New Growth Path  Draft Integrated Growth and Development Path for the Sector  Strategic Plan for smallholder farmers 45 Programme interventions: development targets  Increase the number of smallholder farmers from 200/


Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Select committee briefing on: Strategic Plan and Budget Vote 2011/12 – 2014/15 Director-General 24 May.

and Information Management  PMDS Performance Management and Development System  ICT Information and Communication Technology/inclusive economic growth  Outcome (7): Vibrant, equitable, sustainable rural communities contributing towards food security for all  Outcome (10): Protect and enhance our environmental assets and natural resources  IPAP 2  New Growth Path  Draft Integrated Growth and Development Path for the Sector  Strategic Plan for smallholder farmers 25 Programme interventions: development/


Strengthening Climate Justice Initiatives: Focus on Farmers Presented by- Dr. Kirit Shelat-Executive Chairman, NCCSD-INDIA 1.

as under-March of Climate Justice Give voice to farmers, understand their options and empower them to act. Identify areas where there is apparent in-equity in laws, schemes, procedures and safety net provision. Suggest inclusive sustainable legal and administrative process with the involvement of all stakeholders to reduce inequality through appropriate redresal system and with protective assistance to get it and declare authorities responsible for its regulation and make them accountable/


AUDIT OF GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) FUNDS AND ACTIVITIES DIVINIA M. ALAGON Assistant Commissioner Chair, Sub-committee on Gender Audit COA Circular No.

budget is drawn GENERAL GUIDELINESSPECIFIC GUIDELINES A.AUDIT OF APPROPRIATIONS / BUDGET FOR GAD Shall be in accordance with existing guidelines on financial and compliance audit rules on regulations on IIUEEU Funds for GAD may be used for: ‒ Programs and projects for which corresponding gender issues have already been identified under the Philippine Plan for Gender- Responsive Development 1995-2025 (EO 273) or for gender issues identified by the GAD Focal Point/


UDIA Designing 2050: Creating 21 st century sustainable prosperity. Concepts bank and tool kit. Peter Ellyard Preferred Futures Institute 9 March 2012.

. Introducing a 21 st century Learning Culture  We need to create a learning culture appropriate for the 21 st century, which ensures that all assume responsibility for their own vocational learning and personal development throughout their whole lives.  This proposed learning culture has 8 elements and each makes use of 21 st century teaching, learning and technological advances.  Each of these should be realised in detail through the innovation/


Business Ecosystems Training U.S. Understanding and Managing the Links between Ecosystem Services and Business Facilitator Notes May 2013.

time, countries rely on these developments for economic growth and for products, services, and jobs. A growing number of companies, governments and NGOs are now aware that biodiversity offsets could achieve more, better and higher priority conservation and livelihood outcomes. Biodiversity offsets not only rehabilitate sites but also address the companys full impact on biodiversity at the landscape scale. Biodiversity offsets can also support sustainable livelihoods by addressing the underlying/


WEGL 3202 VALUES ETHICS AND INTEGRITY IN GOVERNANCE BY: GITAU G.K. BY GITAU G.K. FOR JKUAT WESTLANDS,

in footsteps of parent’s career) Effects? BY GITAU G.K. (GITAUGK.AC@GMAIL.COM) FOR JKUAT WESTLANDS, 2016 282 Causes of Social Change 1.Technological and Economic Changes- a) Agricultural advancements: Examples include irrigation, plow system, cotton industry that develop the surplus food which lead to population growth and urbanization. People were able to work outside of the farm. b) Industrialization : The process of changing/


STIR Workshop 4 February 16, 2011 Seamless Integration of Technology & Society for a Sustainable Future Roop L. Mahajan Tucker Chair Professor Director,

hold water on examination. Q5. When is the appropriate time to integrate societal impact and ethics in research and technology innovation? From post-conception (or in some cases from conception itself ) through development to implementation Seamless integration; many benefits Acceptance vs Resistance Sustainable vs possibly limited life Avoid valley of death Generally higher degree of innovation with inclusion Multiple public perspectives can provide out-of-the box/


Infusing Diversity into the Curriculum March 11, 2011

for Instructional and Professional Development Anj Petto Biological Science WHY INCLUSIVE UW System EXCELLENCE? Inclusive Excellence represents a shift not in the essence of our work but how we approach it and carry it out. Above all, Inclusive Excellence asks us to actively manage diversity as a vital and necessary asset of collegiate life rather than as an external problem. Success in IE will look like: Improved campus climates/


Response to the European Commission public consultation on a 2030 climate and energy package 2nd July 2012 WWF European Policy Office, 168 Avenue de Tervuren,

intensive industries argue that lower energy prices in North America justify slowing down climate and energy policy in the EU overall. This is the wrong response. Energy is only one input to industry, and maximising total factor productivity through innovation and improvement in processes, techniques, and technologies is where most economic growth stems from in well-developed economies. KfW found recently that in spite of differentials in national energy/


COURSE MATERIAL for SCHOOLS OF ARCHITECURE

quality including a healthy indoor climate. Technological solutions should be developed with the customer in mind. CONTENTS Inventory and analysis of barriers: identification of technical and organizational barriers concerning sustainable renovation. Inventory of Best Practice: identification of possible technical and organizational suitable solutions for sustainable renovation. Selection of appropriate solutions: selection of existing and generated technical and organizational solutions. Implementation of/


Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) Societal Challenge 2 – Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry,

. Ocean observation technologies/systems, 2 calls D. Horizontal aspects, socio-economic sciences, innovation, engagement with society and ocean governance across the blue growth focus area, 7 calls  There is no Multi-actor approach, no EIP relations 3. Call for an Innovative, Sustainable and Inclusive Bioeconomy – ISIB The call focuses on (see Specific Programme): 1. Industrial resource efficiency 2. Achieving the EU climate change policy targets for 2020 3. Changing/


2 ème Université d’été franco-allemande et européenne en droit de l’énergie et de l’environnement "Political, legal and practical Aspects of Biofuels in.

economically sustainable to long term; Innovation-The platform of this policy is based on the promotion of research in innovative initiatives that promote the establishment of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) attracting investments in appropriate technologies for the production and consumption of biofuels in the country. The EGP reflects adherence to six guiding principles formulated to know: Inclusion - Creating opportunities for both private investors and for the communities and also for large and/


New Engineering Faculty Workshop University of California, Riverside

Mission Develop and deliver technology to provide unmatched capability, against any adversary, for the men and women who protect America Generates new scientists and engineers for the national security program Develops new and enhanced operational capability options for our warfighters and strategic decision makers Transitions technologies to acquisition programs & warfighters Reduces risk for acquisition programs Enhances the affordability of DoD systems and capabilities Enhances sustainment & upgrade/


SDG Agenda and a right to productive employment and decent work?

services, infrastructure and social protection policies and the promotion of shared responsibility within the household and the family as nationally appropriate 5.5 Ensure women’s full and effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision-making in political, economic and public life Goal 8. Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all (30 June 2014) 8.3 Promote development-oriented policies that/


DRAFT AFRICA REVIEW REPORT ON PROGRESS TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

as joint venture between the government and the private sector to provide resources for joint research and development programmes to be carried out in institutions of higher learning and specialized research centres on various issues in sustainable development. DRAFT AFRICA REVIEW REPORT, RIO+20 Conclusion and Recommendations (contd.) Partnerships and Shared Responsibilities   There is need for support and incentives for firms to engage in innovative processes, apply cleaner technologies, and invest in R&D/


PRESENTATION TO THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON LABOUR AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS 2011/2012 ANNUAL REPORT 14 November 2012 A global leader.

under-served provinces to ensure that the growth and sustainability of SMMEs in these areas is enhanced Training of young people to run and operate e-cooperatives, i.e. internet cafes, computer refurbishment and re-sale outlets. ICT ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT KEY ACHIEVEMENTS SUMMARY ICT ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT KEY ACHIEVEMENTS SUMMARY A global leader in the development and use of Information and Communication Technologies for socio-economic development GOVERNANCE & ADMINISTRATION 43 Purpose: Strategic support/


Post-2015 Development Agenda Thematic Consultations Webinar April 24, 2013.

growth patterns and structure, including the need to move to a low carbon economy and increasing use of technologies. Growth and Employment Population Dynamics Background: People are at the center of sustainable development Challenges/for Education Growth and Employment – Restless Development Environmental SustainabilityClimate Action Network (CAN) Food Security and Nutrition – Save the Children Governance – Center for Economic and Social Rights and Global Campaign for Action against Poverty Conflict and/


New trade reality and multilateralism UNCTAD Paragraph 166 Short Course for Delegates 4 November 2013 (room XXV) Presented by Robert Hamwey Trade and Environment.

SDG goals Enablers Trade New trade reality and multilateralism Let’s take sustained & inclusive economic growth as a goal. Enabling actions on trade could, among others, be to: Reduce, or as appropriate eliminate tariffs, including tariff peaks, high tariffs, and tariff escalation Ensure 100% DFQF market access for LDCs in non-LDC markets Make preference schemes more easily usable by developing countries through streamlined/harmonized rules of origin/


Key achievements and priorities UNDP Tajikistan Country Office.

level demonstrated through 25 demo projects, to promote energy efficiency, agrobiodiversity conservation, sustainable land and forestry management. Strategic priorities Scaling up Integrated Rural Development model to facilitate technology transfer and build capacities of stakeholders to efficiently deploy renewable energy technology; Strengthening the institutional framework for climate change, environmental education, land management & protected areas; Introduction of poverty-environment linkages/


EU policies, funds and regulations Jela Tvrdonova NR 2007.

, which must be boosted simultaneously : employment productivity growth. To promote a sustainable development path and strengthen competitiveness in the knowledgebased economy, it is essential to ensure availability of: basic infrastructures, increase investment in human capital, promote innovation, including access and strategic use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Both tangible and intangible assets are required. Policies and actions Objectives of Cohesion policy: Convergence - the/


Strategic Renewal Competing at the Speed of Life©2001 by Prentice Hall, Inc.1-1 The Case for Strategic Renewal—The Basics  All businesses exist in a dynamic.

©2001 by Prentice Hall, Inc.1-75 Sustainability and Regeneration: Techniques and Outcomes…  Some of the techniques include: – Developing a series of organizational seminars related to strategic renewal. – Having continuous renewal as a performance standard for all business units and those responsible for their performance. – Conducting a series of executive briefings specifically dedicated to the results and processes used to achieve quantum gains for the projects just completed. – Having the/


PRESENTATION TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS 2011/2012 ANNUAL REPORT 10 October 2012 A global leader in the development and use of.

under-served provinces to ensure that the growth and sustainability of SMMEs in these areas is enhanced Training of young people to run and operate e-cooperatives, i.e. internet cafes, computer refurbishment and re-sale outlets. ICT ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT KEY ACHIEVEMENTS SUMMARY ICT ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT KEY ACHIEVEMENTS SUMMARY A global leader in the development and use of Information and Communication Technologies for socio-economic development GOVERNANCE & ADMINISTRATION 36 Purpose: Strategic support/


‘Bottlenecks, Showstoppers and Train-wrecks’ – How Can We Manage Estuaries? “ To develop a holistic management planning framework for estuaries & coasts.

estuaries? Which of these are within or outside our control? Increasing development pressures  Rapid urban development and human pressures  Increased industry  Non nutrient pollution  Inappropriate development  Huge population growth and overcrowding  Multiple, competing uses  Managing recreational areas for increased population  Increased boat traffic and pollution  Illegal hunting and invasive species  Overfishing  No long-term sustainable focus Which of these are ‘train wrecks’, showstoppers/


Briefing to Portfolio Committee Departmental Strategic Plan and Annual Performance Plan Date: 17 April 2012.

of the tourism sector to inclusive economic growth. Profile regions and develop appropriate support packages that respond to tourism development and growth needs. Outcome 4: Decent employment through inclusive economic growth. Increased contribution of the tourism sector to economic growth through analysis of international markets and strategic interventions. I mproved levels of competitiveness and sustainability in the tourism industry. To promote responsible tourism best practices to inculcate/


Briefing to Select Committee on Trade and International Relations Departmental Strategic Plan and Annual Performance Plan Date: 15 May 2013.

and sustainable rural communities and food security for all Outcome 4: Decent employment through inclusive economic growth To provide international tourism market (country and/or region) analysis to inform strategic interventions Profile regions and develop appropriate integrated support packages that respond to tourism development and growth needs 6. Improved levels of competitiveness and sustainability in the tourism sector To promote responsible/Tourism response programme for climate change Implementation /


Olugbemiro Jegede Transforming Education in Nigeria to Levels of Relevance and Competitiveness.

prosperous, sustainable and inclusive growth;  one that is peaceful, secure and united,  regionally integrated and globally competitive’’. 16 Role of Higher Education  Higher education  remains the fulcrum upon which all other developments  the key to diversify growing economies  build the human resource base; produces the employable graduates and professionals; reinforces the platform to combat diseases,  reduce energy costs and address climate change;  provide the compelling argument for seeking/


1 Digital Equity in Developing and Developed Countries by Ramon Puigjaner IFIP Vice-President Emeritus Professor of Computer Architecture and Technology.

to combat climate change and its impacts 33 UN SDG AND DIGITAL EQUITY SDG (cont.): SDG14. Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development SDG15. Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss SDG16. Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective/


From Law of the Sea to Ocean Governance: UNCED, WSSD, Rio + 20 and Beyond Professor David VanderZwaag Canada Research Chair in Ocean Law and Governance.

of November 24, 1999) (vii) Sustainable development of Small Island States, e.g. > SIDS urged to develop and implement sustainable development plans (para. 17.129(e)(f)) > SIDS encouraged to design / implement response strategies to climate change impacts (para. 17.129(g)) > Global and regional conferences on sustainable development of SIDS called for (para. 17.131) † Led to Barbados Programme of Action on the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States (1994) † A comprehensive review/


RIGHT TO A CLEAN AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT, RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT AND THE NORTH-SOUTH DIVIDE: REVIEWING THE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT Dr Shawkat.

, financial, environmental and human rights aspects of principles and rules of international law relating to sustainable development as well as of the needs of current and future generations of humankind’. Trade and Sustainable Development Current unsustainable processes of development Current unsustainable processes of development Clearly mentioned in Rio Declaration, Agenda 21, Johannesburg Declaration and Millennium Development Goals that trade could be effective engine for economic growth if trade was/


Caribbean Consultations on Post 2015 and SIDS 2014 Lara Blanco, Deputy Resident Representative, UNDP Barbados and the OECS.

development agenda must therefore, where appropriate, include clear targets and indicators in this area that are relevant and meaningful to SIDS. Support for the ongoing processes in follow-up to the Rio+20 Conference and in OWG on SDGs and the Intergovernmental Committee on Financing for Sustainable Development. Inclusion of climate change as a cross-cutting issue in the elaboration of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in accordance with the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities and/


1 UN Headquarters NY, 23-24 April, 2013. 2 1. The Importance of the SIDS-POA 2.The SIDS-POA Lessons of Experience After 20 Years - Global Contrasts and.

risk mitigation in all dimensions of SIDS sustainable development 3. Technical assistant facility to assist SIDS in the design and implementation of a SIDS – Climate Change MRV Framework 32 33 4. Provision of a SIDS Integrated Aid for Trade Framework {inclusive of arrangements to address green growth and trade-related issues} 5. Technical assistance to facilitate the development of statistical data bases and economic growth accounting framework to assist SIDS policy/


THM 315 TOURISM ECONOMICS School of Tourism and Hotel Management Near East University Nicosia-CYPRUS.

use of national resources. Every generation have the right to have benefits of national resources, for maximization of their prosperity and life quality. ECONOMICS OF TOURISM SUPPLY 67 b: Sustainable Development : every generation have the right of using national resources, for a better life quality, but also have the responsibility of protecting interest and rights of future generations, by protecting productive ability of resources. Necessities of such/


2015-2016 LCCGE Monthly Seminar series Birbkbek University of London - May 27th 2016 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : AT THE CROSSROADS OF FRENCH AND.

adopted on 25th October 2011 - The UE communication on 25th October 2011 a new definition of CSR « the responsibility of entreprises for their effects on Society » - The two resolution 6th February 2013 - CSR : accountable, transparent and responsible behaviour and sustainable growth - CSR : promoting society’s interest and a route to sustainable and inclusive recover The main question : from soft law to hard soft law (smart law ?) 10 The EU impetus : towards/


DEVELOPMENT. ‘Development’ is a concept which is contested both theoretically and politically, and is inherently both complex and ambiguous; ‘development

, Inclusive. Indigenous/Self-Reliant. Need-based, not Greed-based. Sustainable. Humane. What is Development? “It is not simply a question of economic growth, food production, modern equipment or technology transfer. Development is about people. It is humanity in all its dimensions, in full possession of dignity, and individual rights… ….It is humanity developed in all its capacities of imagination, creativity, choice, decision-making, and of responsibility to its natural and social/


PARTY POLITICS, THE ROLE OF THE RULING PARTY IN HARMONISING POLICIES FOR SUSTAINABLE GOVERNANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT PAPER DELIVERED BY DR YUNUSA TANKO NATIONAL.

Executive Governor, the Political Appointees, the Legislature and the Civil Servants for the smooth coordination and discharge of responsibilities for the development and growth of the Sate;  Judicious use of Executive powers;  Learning the lessons of yesteryears to build the tomorrow of their dreams; and  Increased and sustainable allocation to Research and Development.  The state capital need a new look with making lokoja a commercial center and economic hub of the state. The specific/


Metropolitan Business Planning Initiative

GOVERNANCE Sustainable Growth Inclusive Growth Productive Growth INNOVATION HUMAN CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE QUALITY PLACES PROSPERITY Where We are Now: An Economic Framework for Business Planning 34 Fundamental Drivers of Prosperity Export-oriented Low-carbon Innovation-driven Opportunity rich Metro-led Fundamental Drivers of Prosperity Innovation Infrastructure Human Capital Quality Places Governance Levers / Interventions Increase Spatial Efficiency Enhance Regional Concentrations Develop and Deploy/


European Union Regional Policy Aims, Methods, Results and… Reform

.eu/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/CH_05_2011/EN/CH_05_2011-EN.PDF The Europe 2020 strategy, 3 March 2010 Successor to the Lisbon Agenda (2000 and 2005) A strategy from the European Commission “for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth” Smart agenda: innovation; education; digital society Sustainability agenda: climate, energy, and mobility Inclusive agenda: employment and skills; fighting poverty The Europe 2020 strategy (March 2010) Principal quantified targets: 75% of 20-64 year-olds in employment/


RIS³ National launching event, Bari, 25th September 2012

network infrastructure Employment and support for labour mobility Social inclusion and poverty reduction Education, skills and lifelong learning Increased institutional capacity and effectiveness of public administration smart Europa 2020 sustainable inclusive Cohesion Policy ERDF Investment priorities 2014-20 (Art. 5) 1). Strengthening research, technological development and innovation: enhancing research and innovation infrastructure (R&I) and capacities to develop R&I excellence and promoting centres of/


Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Bilateral Cooperation

will be enhanced and oriented to focus on productive and commercial crops for domestic & foreign markets, Expand technologies used by model farmers to all other farmers and develop small holders production & productivity, strengthen supportive Government structures to achieve these objectives New technologies will be continuously tested and delivered to farmers and pastoralists, Agricultural growth will be accelerated & sustainability ensured through expansion of irrigation developments and wise use of/


CGE Training materials- Mitigation Assessment Module C

carbon energy supply, sustainable land use) Programmes of action (e.g. agricultural diversity of markets, climate compatible mining, ecotourism) Rwanda’s National Strategy for Climate Change and Low Carbon Development relies on a strategic framework consisting of a vision, guiding principles, strategic objectives, programmes of action, enabling pillars, and a roadmap for implementation. Source: “Green Growth and Climate Resilience: National Strategy for Climate Change and Low Carbon Development”. 2011. The/


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