– encourage current and future GGGI member countries to implement and increase their decisive national contributions to the Paris Agreement, including through the application of good practices developed and implemented as part of the green growth approach. GGGI is a neutral government advisor to track six key policy outcomes: reducing greenhouse gas emissions, creating green jobs, improving access to sustainable services, improving air quality, improving ecosystem services and improving adaptation to climate change. To achieve these six strategic outcomes, the Organization is working with government partners to conduct sectoral and socio-economic impact analyses to experiment, develop and use practical tools and case studies; Developing green growth plans at the national or sectoral level; assess and establish a legal and institutional framework; Financial and investment analyses, which will be examined on both investment needs and potential sources; and the development of sectoral and sub-sector investment plans and frameworks.  GGGI is engaged in the research and development of green growth plans for sixteen developing countries: Brazil, Cambodia, China, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Morocco, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, South Africa, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.  On 27 June 2014, GGGI and the United Nations Environment Programme announced a new partnership to promote green growth strategies and action plans in countries around the world.  (1)A small number of EU countries are currently members of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) 1 . It is therefore unlikely that the EU`s overall experience in green growth will be taken into account in the GGGI and that the organisation will be used to the greatest extent possible to achieve the objectives of the Eu`s climate diplomacy strategy. Be part of a dynamic and growing team that focuses on creating global change with local impact. Reducing Emissions Green Jobs Improved access to sustainable services such as clean, affordable energy, sustainable public transport, improved sanitation and sustainable waste management Improved air quality Adequate supply of ecosystem services Improved adaptation to climate change To limit temperature increase to a level well below 2 degrees Celsius , the Paris Agreement must be truly global and effective.