R. Malar MARAN, Alexandru Mircea NEDELEA


Financial crisis has discovered new philosophy of Green Economy. Green economy facilitates the implementation of sustainable development. There are several strategies to implement the greener economy. The beginning is made in several countries on green economy. It is encouraging but problems are persisting. Achieving sustainable development is the ultimate object of greener economy. Green economy faces innumerable challenges. Finance and technology remain the biggest challenges. National economic policies and global policies do not sail through successfully when there is global financial crisis.


Green Economy; Strategies; Sustainable Development; Developing Nations and Developed nations


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