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A green economy is broadly defined by low carbon emissions, efficiency in the use of resources and social inclusion. Through the Green Economy Center, Buenos Aires is encouraging the generation and formation of green jobs and leading investigation into industry’s environmental requirements. It is also promoting technical and economic/financial synergy between the public and private spheres, developing new proposals for production sectors.
To promote the transformation of the City of Buenos Aires’ manufacturing sector into a sustainable economy by generating and promoting green jobs; researching industry’s environmental requirements and the technical and economic/financial synergy between the public and private sectors.
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The creation of the Green Economy Center is an ambitious project by the City of Buenos Aires to advance toward a sustainable economy within a framework of public-private collaboration that fosters the generation and formation of green jobs.
This initiative also involves an agreement with Sao Paulo and Mexico City to collaborate and transfer this experience, which means its projection can be expanded across the region.
Thanks to the project’s hands-on approach, with a number of outcomes expected in around two years after it starts, the experience can become a reference point for other similar cities in the region and can be promoted internationally by Metropolis and the collaborating institutions.