International Council on Environmental Economics and Development (ICEED)
International Council on Environmental Economics and Development (ICEED)

Founding Year: 2005

Staff: 20

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An international organization dedicated “to improve the economic, environmental and social conditions of developed and developing countries through mitigating climate change and by developing a new model of economic growth that simultaneously targets economic performance and environmental sustainability, ultimately supporting a global paradigm shift towards a sustainable regenerative economy.”

 

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Leadership: Vartan Shahijanian (Chair) and Ken Kitatani (Director General)

International Council on Environmental Economics and Development (ICEED) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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