Report: Benefits of green growth not being shared widely enough

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NGOs argue benefits of green economy need to be more widespread and address aspects of equity and inclusion

Businesses, investors, and governments are increasingly attempting to embrace the concept of green economic growth, but the benefits associated with sustainable technologies and businesses models are not...

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