ISET Policy Institute receives 5 200 000 SEK from Sweden Promoting Georgia’s Green and Inclusive Development through Supporting Evidence-based Policymaking and Capacity Building of policy parties.
On 26 July, a research team from ISET Policy Institute conducted a one-day training course for members of the LC Waikiki financial team and their top regional management.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine, as well as the global pandemic, have diverted the world’s attention and in general, put climate change and the green economy onto the back burner of the political agenda.
Circular economy and integrated waste management are both concepts we often hear when discussing issues of ecological well-being or climate change. This way of imagining the economy has already gained a foothold in many countries. The idea of the circular economy itself implies a different attitude towards patterns of production and consumption, that which aims to minimize wasted resources.
On February 24th, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine. This event not only marked the collapse of a painstakingly built global security architecture and destroyed the lives and livelihoods of millions of civilians in the heart of Europe, it also put the world on the brink of the largest nuclear, humanitarian, and ecological catastrophe since WWII.