Green Economy Based on Tropical Ecology
Randy Dwi Prasetya
Bogor Agricultural University, Bogor-Indonesia, email@example.com United Nations Program for the Environment-UNEP (2010) defines green economy is a form of economy that results in improved human well-being and social justice at the same time reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcity. In short, it can be said that the green economy is an economy of low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive. In the green economy, growth and employment is driven by public and private investment that aims to reduce carbon emissions and pollution, enhance energy and resource efficiency, and prevent the loss of biodiversity and environmental services. Participants of Rio +20, both developed and developing country, to be with like-minded leaving the economy rely on fossil fuels, solid greenhouse gas emissions, and social justice into the system which is socially inclusive, environmentally friendly, and efficient use of natural resources.How to get a green economy, according to the UNEP study in 2011 is different in each country, depending on the stock of natural resources and human capital, and the level of development. Some countries have achieved high human development, but at the expense of natural resources, environmental quality, and the level of their greenhouse gas emissions. The challenge for these countries is to reduce their ecological footprint, without compromising the quality of its human resources. Several other countries are able to maintain their ecological footprint remains low, but needs service improvement and material well-being to the people. The challenges they face are not improving their ecological footprint drastically. One of the principles that are important in developing a green economy is to develop policies that understand and live in harmony with the space (biosphere) and the people of Indonesia where people live and thrive, the economy based on geographical...
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