A green Economy in the Context of Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication: What are the Implications for Bangladesh?

Liton Chandra Voumik, Md Gaffar Hossain Shah


This paper justifies the necessitate for interpretive forms of economic study and then deals with their practical application in Bangladesh.               At present green economy is the burning issue in Bangladesh. To create awareness and provide information about green economics this is the main theme of this paper. Convincing evidence for policymakers and business leaders to supply in clean technologies, renewable energy and natural infrastructure will be presented in the Green Economy Report (GER), a ground-breaking study being conducted as part of the Green Economy Initiative. Sustainable development has been the overarching goal of the international community since the UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in 1992. Amongst numerous commitments, the Conference called upon governments to develop national strategies for sustainable development, incorporating policy measures outlined in the Rio Declaration and Agenda 21. Despite the efforts of many governments around the world to implement such strategies as well as international cooperation to support national governments, there are continuing concerns over global economic and environmental developments in many countries. These have been intensified by recent prolonged global energy, food and financial crises, and underscored by continued warnings from global scientists that society is in danger of transgressing a number of planetary boundaries or ecological limits.


Keywords: Green Economy, Sustainable development, Poverty Eradication

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