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Mitchel, Lucy; Takahashi, Taeko T.,2012, Green Jobs in Asia – Final Evaluation, Final evaluation, Evaluation Summary, ILO, Geneva, Covered countries: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka.

2.2 Decent work and enterprise growth 

2.2.4 Environment and sustainable management and the Informal Economy 

Recommendation1. Include a broad range of national/local partners, including ministries, professional organisations, associations to build wider understanding and commitment to green jobs in the IE.

Reference: Mitchel, Lucy; Takahashi, Taeko T.,2012, Green Jobs in Asia – Final Evaluation, Final evaluation, Evaluation Summary, ILO, Geneva, Covered countries: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka.

Sample evidence: The evaluation noted that the project’ s strategy of engaging with non-traditional partners, for example ministries and professional organisations related to the environment or to specific sectors, was an appropriate way to bring together local resource persons to help build the wider understanding and commitment to green jobs. It helped widen the dialogue around green jobs, facilitated new partnerships, and also broadened the audience for “decent work awareness” more generally. The greening of enterprises is more effectively fostered when the larger community in which it resides is taken into account, and ideally with the participation of local government, to make the greening of the enterprise more impactful and relevant, as well as sustainable at the broader level.

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2.2 Decent work and enterprise growth 

2.2.4 Environment and sustainable management and the Informal Economy 

 

Recommendation: 9. Ensure that project designs well articulate the differences and connections between green jobs, green enterprises and green economies.

Reference: Mitchel, Lucy; Takahashi, Taeko T.,2012, Green Jobs in Asia – Final Evaluation, Final evaluation, Evaluation Summary, ILO, Geneva, Covered countries: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka.

Sample evidence: The connections between green jobs with green business or greener enterprises, and indeed greener economies, should be better articulated in future project designs.

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2.2 Decent work and enterprise growth 

2.2.4 Environment and sustainable management and the Informal Economy 

Recommendation: 12. Encourage projects to recognise the different levels of initial knowledge of stakeholders on green jobs and develop approaches accordingly.

Reference: Mitchel, Lucy; Takahashi, Taeko T.,2012, Green Jobs in Asia – Final Evaluation, Final evaluation, Evaluation Summary, ILO, Geneva, Covered countries: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka.

Sample evidence: The analysis determined that in building understanding about green jobs in national and regional development requires on-going effort, working at different levels, to respond to the different baseline knowledge levels.

 

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