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Developing a Green Growth Framework for Fiji. “ Restoring the Balance in Development that is Sustainable for Our Future ”. Presentation by: Ministry of Strategic Planning, National Development & Statistics, Republic of Fiji. Pacific Island Development Forum, Sheraton Fiji Resort, Nadi .

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developing a green growth framework for fiji

Developing a Green Growth Framework for Fiji

“Restoring the Balance

in Development that is Sustainable for Our Future”

Presentation by:

Ministry of Strategic Planning, National Development & Statistics, Republic of Fiji.

Pacific Island Development Forum, Sheraton Fiji Resort, Nadi.

18– 20 June, 2014

outline
Outline

Part 1: Background & Process

  • Background – International, Regional & National
  • Process to formulate draft Green Growth Framework for Fiji

Part 2: An Introduction to the Green Growth Framework for Fiji

    • Vision & Guiding Principles
    • National Enabling Environment
    • Key Thematic Areas
    • Implementation & Monitoring Arrangements

Part 3: Conclusion

international commitments to sustainable development
International commitments… to sustainable development
  • Fiji party to international commitments since 1992.
  • Fiji is party to other related international commitments such as the Millennium Summit and MDGs.
national commitments to frame high level development policies over past 8 years
National commitments…to frame high level development policies, over past 8 years
  • Major findings from SNE:
    • Low savings and investment
    • Sharp rise in unemployment and poverty
    • Lack of access to land for productive and social purpose
    • Weakening export base
    • Loss of skilled labour to emigation
    • Declining standard of public service delivery
    • Increasing public debt; and
    • Poor state of infrastructure
national commitments to frame development policies
National commitments…to frame development policies
  • Key Pillars to Rebuilding Fiji:
  • Good and Just Governance
  • Common National Identity and Building Social Cohesion
  • Leadership
  • Enhancing Public Sector Efficiency
  • Achieving Higher Economic Growth
  • Making More Land Available for Productive and Social Purposes
  • Developing an Integrated Development Structure at the Divisional Level
  • Reducing Poverty to a Negligible Level by 2015
  • Making Fiji a Knowledge based Society
  • Improving Health Service Delivery
  • Enhancing Global Integration and International Relations.
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In summary, Fiji’s prerequisites for the future that have been identified to support sustainable development are:
  • Integration
  • Inclusiveness
  • Partnership
  • Ownership
  • Relevance
  • Innovation
consultative process to develop the green growth framework 2014

Objective:

Level of consultation:

Refinement and seek broad consensus on draft Framework

NATIONAL SUMMIT

400 stakeholders (public sector, private sector, civil society, academia & development partners) involved.

Seek community perspective on draft Framework

PROVINCIAL LEVEL CONSULTATION

10 working groups, each convened twice, to discuss Baseline Papers and draft Thematic Area sections.

THEMATIC WORKING GROUPS

Key stakeholders (public sector, private sector, civil society) involved. Up to 30 people per Working Group

Involve all key agencies within Government in process

CORE COMMITTEE

Internal SPO process with inputs received from Ministries

DESKTOP REVEIW

Consultative process…to develop the Green Growth Framework, 2014
part 2 green growth framework for fiji
Part 2: Green Growth Framework for Fiji

“Restoring the Balance in Development that is Sustainable for Our Future”

outline of framework
Outline of Framework
  • Chapter 1 – Introduction;
  • Chapter 2 – Vision and Guiding Principles;
  • Chapter 3 – Overview of Socio-Economic and Environmental Development Progress;
  • Chapter 4 – Developing and Strengthening the National Enabling Environment;
  • Chapter 5 – Key Thematic Areas; and
  • Chapter 6 – Implementation and Monitoring Arrangements.

* There will be a Foreword and Executive Summary to support Framework

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Chapter 1 - Introduction

  • Focused on rebalancing 3 pillars of sustainable development (Economic, Social, and Environment.
  • Bring transformational change through:
    • Innovation
    • Integration
    • Inclusiveness
    • Inspiration
    • Investing
chapter 2 vision guiding principles
Chapter 2 – Vision & Guiding Principles
  • Vision – “A Better Fiji For All”
guiding principles
Guiding principles
  • Reducing carbon footprints at all levels.
  • Improving resource productivity (doing more with less).
  • Move away from ‘sector based’ approach to ‘integrated approach’
  • Socio-cultural education of responsible environmental stewardship and civic responsibility.
  • Increasing adoption of comprehensive risk management practices
  • Increasing adoption of environmental auditing
  • Structural reform to encourage fair competition and efficiency.
  • Incentivizing investment in efficient use of natural resources.
chapter 3 overview of socio economic and environmental development progress
Chapter 3 – Overview of Socio-Economic and Environmental Development Progress
  • Macroeconomic indicators
  • Key social indicators – poverty, unemployment, urbanisation
  • Environmental concerns – waste management, climate change, freshwater resources
chapter 4 developing and strengthening the national enabling environment
Chapter 4 – Developing and Strengthening the National Enabling Environment”
  • Partnerships
  • Informed Decision making – need for data
  • Human resource development
  • Governance & Leadership
  • Harness technology
  • Investment – public sector investment & incentivizing private investment
structure of key thematic area sections

INTRODUCTION

CURRENT STATUS

i) Overview of Existing Policies

ii) Review of Performance

Key Challenges

Way Forward

Structure of Key Thematic Area Sections
chapter 6 implementation and monitoring arrangements
Chapter 6 - Implementation and Monitoring Arrangements
  • Advocacy and Awareness
  • High Level Multi-Stakeholder Panel on Sustainable Development
    • Chaired by PM
    • Cross-Stakeholder Representation
  • Time-bound targets
    • Short-term, Medium-term, Long-term
    • Support Roadmap and its successor
concluding remarks
Concluding Remarks
  • Continuity of Vision of the Peoples Charter
  • Notable prerequisites to success:
    • - Political Will
    • - Inclusiveness
  • Why Fiji needs to act now – ‘hot spots’.
  • Availability of timely, quality data
  • Implementation
  • Sharing of Fiji’s Experience