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The EBRD’s Green Economy Transition (GET) approach commits the Bank to raising its investment in the green economy to 40 per cent of annual business volume by 2020. This is an ambitious and far-reaching target that goes beyond green energy to encompass the full range of sustainability.
A key element of sustainability is how an economy – and a society – copes with limited resources. Many countries where the EBRD invests suffer from a legacy of wasteful use of their natural assets, ranging from commodities to clean air.
Meat and dairy by-products could make regional economies greener
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