What is the GGRC?
The Global Green Recovery Collaborative (GGRC) gets people talking and acting together! We promote action through collaboration to achieve a green recovery from past and future environmental challenges.
Become a member to connect with the GGRC community.
How to Engage
The GGRC aims to be the premier resource on global green recovery where users can not only access information and connect with like minds through dialogue but can also plan and coordinate for collaborative action. Its main purpose is to support collaboration for real change. To get full benefits and access, we recommend you sign-up to become a member of the GGRC (free). We promise an easy sign up process! You are able to contact advisors for information and support and suggest initiatives to be published on the website. Members can also sign up and join the community of GGRC advisors.
Access initiatives, people, and curated events for knowledge, ideas, and model projects.
Join the Discussion
Connect with initiatives, advise fellow GGRC members, join discussions, and write blogs
Team-up with GGRC members, co-develop solutions, grow your network, share resources, and form coalitions.
Our expected impacts
Increased motivation and awareness raising
People worldwide are motivated to continue on a green recovery path and realize why protecting the environment is as important as growing economically
Conservation professionals and the public have an enhanced capacity to contribute to green recovery by being able to share motivation, resources, lessons learnt and opportunities.
Increased healing of the environment and biodiversity worldwide is achieved through reduced threats, enhanced policies, redirection of funds, and equally represented communities.
Your expected benefits
Contribute to joint-impacts
Learn how to design green recovery initiatives and give your own contributions. Co-develop solutions and grow your network.
Build your capacity
Exchange information with GGRC members, seek advice from our network of advisors and improve your skills, experiences and green recovery initiatives.
Help nature recover and in the process improve your own health and wellbeing.