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GTAP Resource #5394

"Assessing Wealth and Land Use Impacts of Green Growth Strategies"
by Banerjee, Onil, Martin Cicowiez, Sebastian Dudek, Michel Masozera, Mark Horridge and Janaki Alavalapati


Abstract
This paper evaluates the wealth and land use impacts of Rwanda's Green Growth Strategy with the Integrated Economic-Environmental Modelling (IEEM) platform. IEEM enables the estimation of impacts on economic indicators including measures of wealth, which includes stocks of natural capital and environmental quality. The IEEM for Rwanda (IEEM-RWA) is calibrated with Rwanda's new land and water environmental accounts organized according to the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting Central Framework (SEEA CF). With a geographic information system (GIS) developed for Rwanda, IEEM-RWA simulation results in terms of land use change are made spatially explicit. IEEM-RWA results and the mapping of policy scenarios can be an important contribution to stimulating multi-stakeholder dialogue and the analysis of options to meeting Green Growth targets.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2017 Conference Paper
Status: Published
By/In: Presented at the 20th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, West Lafayette, IN, USA
Date: 2017
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Created: Horridge, M. (4/17/2017)
Updated: Horridge, M. (6/7/2017)
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- Climate change policy
- Land use
- Economic development
- Africa (East)


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