The Building Green Economies theme is targeted towards applicants who are developing ideas and projects that advance low-carbon futures and climate adaptation or mitigation interventions alongside economic and human development concerns. Realistic projects ranging from the practical to the visionary are welcome. Those that center the leadership and needs of women and young people are of special interest. In particular, the following types of projects and people are well suited:
Academics advancing research and scholarship on green economic transitions and climate policy
Leaders who aim to build coalitions, governance frameworks, launch new organizations, catalyze new investment mechanisms and more, which will address this pressing issue
Policymakers who aim to build governance frameworks, coalitions and more, which will enable action in this pressing issue in low and middle-income countries and/or enhance their leadership and support internationally
Practitioners, activists, community organizers, and others pushing social change by creating technical and educational tools, working on the frontlines of this issue globally, whose work necessitates an environment for deep thinking on approaches and avenues to impact
We welcome a diverse range of profiles for applicants in this theme. However, all Building Green Economies Residents applications will be required to address the theme in a direct and deliberate way.
Applications for ’23 are currently closed. Please look for announcements about future application rounds, in early ’23.
Demonstrate a clear potential to result in impact following the convening
Hinge on a clear, specific, and compelling purpose
Engage stakeholders necessary for success during and after the convening