The Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) puts sustainability at the heart of economic policymaking. The partnership brings together five United Nations agencies: UNEP, UNDP, ILO, UNIDO, and UNITAR, whose expertise and support assist partner countries towards their transition to an Inclusive Green Economy (IGE) by providing policy advice, assessments, capacity building, and analytical tools outputs.

PAGE is an alliance of five UN agencies, eight funding partners, and 22 partner countries that work together to transform economies into drivers of sustainability by supporting nations and regions in reframing economic policies and practices around sustainability.
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The United Nations Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) puts sustainability at the heart of economic policymaking. The partnership brings together five United Nations agencies: UNEP, UNDP, ILO, UNIDO, and UNITAR, whose expertise and support assist partner countries towards their transition to an Inclusive Green Economy (IGE) by providing policy advice, assessments, capacity building, and analytical tools outputs.

PAGE is an alliance of five UN agencies, eight funding partners, and 22 partner countries that work together to transform economies into drivers of sustainability by supporting nations and regions in reframing economic policies and practices around sustainability.
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Advancing Sustainability: "Mainstreaming Circular Economy for Transformative and Sustainable Change" Workshop at Universitas Gadjah Mada
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PAGE partner countries receive services for policy development and implementation, capacity building and financing for inclusive green economy transitions, tailored to their individual needs and circumstances. It allows each country to develop its own pathway to an economy that is low-carbon, resource-efficient and equitable. PAGE is currently supporting 20 countries in their efforts for deeper economic reframing around sustainability. Over the last five years, more than 90 countries have benefited from the capacity-building and knowledge sharing services of PAGE.

PAGE Impact: 2019-2020 and Beyond

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National Policy Making Support

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Sectoral and Thematic Reform

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Strengthening and Building Capacity

PAGE Indonesia together with Ministry of National Development Planning/BAPPENAS and other development partners have contributed to a number of capacity building activities targeted to national and sub-national planners/civil apparatus, including in the area of system thinking for integrated planning and system dynamic modelling.

In 2020, PAGE conducted the Green Economy Learning Assessment, with a draft completed in November. The overall objective is to develop a comprehensive, nationally executed skills development programme on green economy for civil servants within planning ministry and other key stakeholders, in support of the LCDI Implementation. Moving forward, it will also contribute to assessing skills and developing capacity-building activities targeting for policymakers and government. This work has supported the achievement of SDG 4, target 4.7, by identifying priority learning needs to promote sustainable development. In 2021 PAGE launched its 1st Inclusive Green Economy Modelling (IGEM) Course at the School of Environmental Sciences University of Indonesia where it attracted many participants, masters and doctoral students from all over Indonesia. The 2nd IGEM Course was held from October to December 2022 and was participated by 77 masters and doctoral students from 19 universities in Indonesia.
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