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The role of the green economy in reducing climate change and achieving sustainable development

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The Research and Studies Unit of the Dialogue Forum for Development and Human Rights issued on Wednesday, July 27, 2022, a policy paper entitled (The Green Economy and its Role in Reducing Climate Changes and Achieving Sustainable Development).
The policy paper began by describing the problem of climate change and high rates of global warming due to carbon emissions and negative practices that are not friendly to the environment. The policy paper also focused on assessing the severity of the crisis on all countries. As it may cause entire cities and countries to vanish, as well as negatively affect economic growth rates, the paper reviewed the nature of the green economy, its objectives and policies based on market and non-green economy economies.
The paper touched on the repercussions of the transition to a green economy as an alternative to a brown economy, due to (the population increase, the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, the exhaustion of the global economy and the global collective awareness of the seriousness of the effects of climate change).
The policy paper presented several essential alternatives in order to move towards a green economy to guarantee the rights of current and future generations. These alternatives are:

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