Green jobs projects' background documents

The folder consists of background materials on green jobs of different projects in the region.

Green jobs in Asia and the Pacific region programme factsheet

An overview picture of green jobs programs and projects in Asia and the Pacific region

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Green Jobs in Asia (GJA) project

The GJA project, supported by the Australian Government - ILO Agreement Partnership 2011-2015, aims to assist five Asian countries (Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines and Sri Lanka) in shifting to a low-carbon, environmentally friendly and climate resilient economy that helps accelerate the jobs recovery, reduce social gaps, support development goals and realize decent work. This folder contains background materials on green jobs produced by the regional component and five project countries.

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Greener Business Asia (GBA) project

Supported by the ILO/ Japan Multi-bilateral Programme, the Greener Business Asia project aims at promoting capacity building and bipartite cooperation to support greener workplaces and sustainable enterprises. The folder contains background resources of GBA project.

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Green Business Options (GBO) project

The Green Business Options is a training programme aiming to enable potential entrepreneurs, particularly youth, to develop sustainable business ideas and micro and small-scale start ups, highlighting the green business opportunities engaged from defining solutions to unprecedented environmental challenges such as climate change

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Green Jobs in Asia project
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Greener Business Asia project

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Greener Business Options project

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Green jobs under the framework of REDD+

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Supporting vulnerable farming communities to adapt to climate change

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