GEGG PPP-G with PPP


BRIEF SUMMARY HIGHLIGHTS

Work in Progress

GEGG 2016 -2020 FIVE-YEAR STRATEGIC COLLABORATIVE FRAMEWORK
PROMOTING POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR GREENING
WITH
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS.

PPP-G with PPP
By
GEGG Myanmar Association; Dept. of Research and Innovation, Ministry of Science & Technology; Union of Myanmar Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industries; Myanmar Engineering Society; Association of Myanmar Architects; renewable Energy Association of Myanmar; Yangon University, Yangon Technical University; Mandalay University, Mandalay Technical University, Dawei University.

With the Collaboration and Support of
(To be announced)

The Brief Highlights are from the Work in Progress 2016 – 2020 Five –year Draft PPP-G with PPP Document that is developed from the knowledge gained from four Annual GEGG Forums and from continued inputs and review by a core group of national and international collaborators.
The PPP-G with PPP is envisaged to accelerate greening policies and practices; support the Myanmar Five Year Short Term National Development Plan; and the operations of the ASEAN Institute for Green Economy, AIGE, located at and hosted by GEGG.

STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS:

  • A dynamic framework for fostering and enabling collaboration amongst national and international partners
  • Maximize use of the GEGG Center of Excellence for Greening, CoE-G physical facilities
  • Support implementation of Myanmar’s Second Five year National Development Plan 2016 to 2020
  • Promote revenue generating Practices events with integrated components of Exposition, Vocational Training, Conference
  • Continue promote current and emerging Policies and Strategies with the Annual GEGG Forums
  • Support operations of the ASEAN Institute for Green Economy, AIGE
  • Pro-actively foster public private partnerships
  • Mobilize and apply Transformational technologies and management practices to leap frog
  • Initiate Pilot / Demonstration Projects for proof of concept
  • Increase and expand use of ICT, including GIS, Remote Sensing, Social media.
  • Establish Un-Conventional Resource Facility to support 5-Year Collaborative Programme

THE FIVE PILLARS AND EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMMES

  • Green Productivity Improvement for agriculture , fruits and livestock
  • Blue Productivity Improvement for fishery, mariculture.
  • Green, Sustainable, Resilient, Smart Buildings and Infrastructures
  • Capacity Building and Training
  • Unconventional Resource Facility

The first four thematic Pillars will have an average of four to five multi-year programmes that will be aligned. Each programme will be coordinated by key consortium partners.

EXAMPLES OF WORK IN PROGRESS PROGRAMMES.

Green Productivity Improvement Pillar

  • Implement major recommendations of the 2013 Myanmar Government hosted ASEAN Seminar on Green Productivity Improvements, held at Pyin Oo Lwin<
  • Ecosystem Services; Management; Natural Accounting, Development of Valuation Protocols / Guidelines; Site specific research
  • Green horticulture / agriculture, with an emphasis on value/higher nutrition fruits and vegetables with green production techniques (crop nutrients, pests, water, energy)

Blue Productivity Improvement Pillar

  • Preventing and minimizing land based pollution and alien invasive species
  • Response Measures for illegal and over fishing
  • Integrated Aquaculture and Agriculture, with focus on inland and dry zones
  • Enabling local stewardship and Science-Led governance of marine resources in Myeik (Building upon the UNDP GEF / Smithsonian, FFI, GEGG “Integrated Ridges to Reefs” project

Green, Sustainable, Resilient, Smart Buildings & Infrastructures Pillar

  • Low carbon buildings and Infrastructures
  • Energy & Water Conservation and Efficiency Guidelines & Manual
  • Waste as Resource
    • Develop long term vision for waste strategy and management. Mandalay City Pilot Project
    • Greening of University Campuses: Yangon University Pilot Project (for replication, curricula development , teaching , research)

Capacity Building and Training Pillar

  • Vocational and corporate training
  • Virtual network of openly accessible data bases, including spatial data developed with GIS and remote sensing;
  • Knowledge bank of handbooks and guidelines on state of the art technologies, management practices and traditional knowledge.
  • Greening of University Campuses.
  • Disaster Preparedness and Resilient Recovery

 

Establishing an unconventional Resource Facility to support the Programmes with financial, human and in-kind resources from bi-lateral, multi-lateral, national, international public, private sector sources and academia.

  • The Resource Facility is envisaged to have five components: The Strategic framework; Fund Capitalization; Fund Administration; Fund Operation, Fund Implementation, with goals and outputs. The Facility is developed with the assistance of and in cooperation with the UN Multi- Partner Trust Fund Office, New York. UN MPTF. As of March 2015, the MPTF Office manages approximately one hundred pooled financing mechanisms, operates in 100 countries and has transferred close to $8 billion from 110 contributors to 50 implementing UN entities and, most recently, directly to national government implementing entities.
  • The facility will be crafted to be an innovative mechanism to support synergy and coherence of the GEGG, CoE-G and AIGE.

 

Launching revenue generating PRACTICES events, each a five day integrated package of Exposition, Training , Conference, on greening designs, technologies, engineering, materials, management practices
Two events per year for five years,

  • The First Event in May 2016 will focus on “Greening of Buildings” : Homes, Hotels Hospitals, Malls, Offices . Subsequent events will focus on other economic sectors
  • From 2019, the Events are envisaged to be self- financing.

 

ASEAN INSTITUTE FOR GREEN ECONOMY, AIGE [Located at and hosted by GEGG]

  • Planning and organizing Inception and Scoping meeting of ASEAN member countries and ASEAN Secretariat .
  • The vision for the AIGE was articulated by the Chairman’s Statement of the 25th ASEAN Summit: “Moving Forward in Unity to a Peaceful and Prosperous Community” Nay Pyi Taw, 12 November 2014

 

Para 66.” We welcomed the launching of the ASEAN Institute for Green Economy (AIGE) in Myanmar to spur collaboration in sustainable development and greening the regional economy. We looked forward to the AIGE to serve as a centre of excellence on Green Economy, being responsive to regional environmental, climate and economic issues, and contributing to building
capacity, fostering research, catalysing and facilitating green technologies, improving management practices and promoting national and international cooperation.”

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