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The International Journal on Green Growth and Development

The International Journal on Green Growth and Development

  • Frequency:2 issues a year
  • ISSN: 2349-1892
  • Online ISSN: 2393-9567
  • Subscription Price: Open Access

Journal Details

The International Journal on Green Growth and Development is an effort to stir a debate around emerging “green” concepts and development. The publication aims at building knowledge through stakeholder engagement on policy-relevant issues to understand the many facets of green growth and development. It is a step towards a forward-looking knowledge process for new opportunities linked with growth and sustainable development. The journal showcases new research through peer reviewed articles, opinions, and innovative practices.



Contact us:

Contributions for subsequent issue will be based on invitation only by editors/ guest editors since the Journal is now thematic.

For general information, please contact:

Shailly Kedia
Fellow
TERI
Darbari Seth Block
Habitat Place, Lodi Road
New Delhi - 110 003
Email: shailly.kedia@teri.res.in

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Show Abstract Issue -Vol.3(1) January 2017

  • Editorial

  • Article(s)

  • Environmental Policy and Practice in Kenya: Between Cornucopians and Neo-Malthusians

    Wanjala S Nasong’o: Stanley J Buckman, Professor & Chair Department of International Studies, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee. Email: nasongos@rhodes.edu

  • India–Africa Relations and Challenges of Sub-Saharan Africa

    Rumbidzai Faith Masawi: Independent Researcher and Research Fellow at The Energy and Resources Institute. Email: faith.sawi@gmail.com.

  • Co-existence of Genetically Modified and Non-GM Crops: Implications for Africa

    Samuel E Timpo: NEPAD Agency African Biosafety Network of Expertise, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Email: sam.timpo@nepadbiosafety.net

    Muffy Koch: Global Biosafety Specialist, Ottawa, Canada. Email: muffykoch@globalbiosafety.ca

    Karim Maredia: Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA. Email: kmaredia@msu.edu

    Joseph Guenthner: University of Idaho, Idaho, USA. Email: j.falck-zepeda@cgiar.org

  • Climate Change and Dietary Implications: Insights from Sub-Saharan Africa

    Tinashe Chikowore: Centre of Excellence for Nutrition, North West University, South Africa. Email: tinashedoc@gmail.com

  • The Role of Culture in African Renaissance, Integration, and Sustainable Development

    Olawale Maiyegun: Director of Social Affairs, Department of Social Affairs, African Union Commission. Email: MaiyegunO@Africa-Union.Org

    Angela Martins: Head of Culture Division, Department of Social Affairs, African Union Commission. Email: MartinsA@Africa-Union.Org

  • Green from the Grassroots

  • The Green Belt Movement’s Bamboo Biomass Entrepreneurship Project

    Aisha Karanja: Executive Director, The Green Belt Movement. Email: communication@greenbeltmovement.org

  • Kufunda Learning Village: Recovering the Human Spirit for Health and Wholeness

    Marianne Knuth: Founder, Kufunda Learning Village, Zimbabwe. Email: maaianne@gmail.com

  • Barefoot Women Solar Engineers: An Initiative having Impact in Africa

    Bunker Roy: Founder Director, Barefoot College. Email: bunker.roy1@gmail.com

  • Africa’s Energy Revolution from the Ground Up

    Ivan Amaniga Ruhanga: World Wildlife Fund for Nature. Email: Amani.ivan@gmail.com

  • Women-led Social Enterprises: Trade and Impact Movement

    Eugenie Drakes: Founder and CEO of Piece. Email: info@piece.co.za

  • Can South Africa Strike the Balance between ‘Sustainable’ and ‘Development’?

    Chelsea Markowitz: Researcher in the Economic Diplomacy Programme, South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA). Email: Chelsea.Markowitz@wits.ac.za.

    Cyril Prinsloo: Researcher in the Economic Diplomacy Programme, South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA). Email: cyril.prinsloo@wits.ac.za

  • The Basket as Bridge – Weaving Human Exchange

    Eugenie Drakes: Founder, CEO Piece. Email: info@piece.co.za

    Howard Drakes: Storyteller. Email: howard.drakes@gmail.com

  • Policy Showcase

  • Zimbabwe’s Actions towards Climate Resilience and Low Carbon Development

    Washington Zhakata: Director, Climate Change Management Department, Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate. Email: washingtonzhakata@gmail.com

    Veronica Nonhlanhla Jakarasi: Deputy Director-Climate Change Management Department, Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate. Email: verogundu@gmail.com

    Elisha Nyikadzino Moyo: Principal Climate Change Researcher, Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate

  • Rwanda Demonstrating the Impact of Well-Managed Climate Finance

    Alex Mulisa: Coordinator, Rwanda’s Green Fund (FONERWA). Email: a.mulisa@fonerwa.org

  • Knowledge Showcase

  • Children and Climate Change in Zimbabwe Study

    Project Contribution: Institute Of Environmental Studies, University Of Zimbabwe And United Nations Children’s Fund, Zimbabwe. Email: jmanjengwa@ies.uz.ac.zw

  • African Forum and Network on Debt and Development: Natural Resources and Financing Development

    Fanwell Bokosi: AFRODAD. Email: fanwell@afrodad.co.zw, fkbokosi@yahoo.co.uk

  • Book Review

  • Global Goals, African Realities: Building a Sustainable Future for All

    Gauri Marathe-Pandit: Officer Trainee, Indian Information Service. Email: gauricmarathe@gmail.com

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