New Decade...New Approach? Getting to a global green breakthrough in the 2020s.
Since 2010, we have been polling experts like you on your perceptions of country performance in the green economy space through the Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI). As the 10th anniversary edition of the GGEI will publish later this year, we wanted to ask you today for your input about where we have been over the past decade and where we want to go in the 2020s.

The survey below takes 10 minutes or less to complete. All responses are anonymous. Most of the questions require one selection. Try to make the selection that you think best answers the question, or, if you strongly believe there is another best answer, describe what it is in the "Other" field. If you have no idea, skip to the next one (a response to every question is not required). For the questions with a "fill in the blank" response, please share as much information as possible.

We will publish a summary report with the results from this effort. Enter your e-mail at the end of the survey if you would like to be among the first to receive these results.

This effort and the related Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI) are published by Dual Citizen LLC, a U.S. - based consulting firm. More information about the practice can be found at www.dualcitizeninc.com
Which country do you consider to be your primary residence?
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How would you describe the sector within which you are employed
One of the most notable achievements of the past decade was the signing of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. Yet progress towards the Paris emission reduction goals has been limited and even backsliding. You attribute this to:
Another notable trend of the past decade was the growing public awareness and concern about the negative impacts of climate change. You attribute this to:
Despite these shifts in awareness, investment in, subsidies for and exploration of fossil fuels also expanded in the 2010s. You attribute this to:
Many different actors affect debate and action around reorienting the global economy to a more sustainable pathway. Which of the following has been most effective in realizing progress over the past decade:
If you were to describe the one development from the past decade that has had the greatest impact on realizing tangible green progress, it would be:
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Looking forward to the 2020s, what approach best summarizes your sentiment about how to accelerate global action and results on climate change and green economic growth:
From the perspective of governments, which of the following would be most useful to accelerate green progress in the next decade:
From the perspective of investors, which of the following would be most useful to accelerate green progress in the next decade:
From the perspective of companies, which of the following would be most useful to accelerate green progress in the next decade:
From the perspective of citizens, which of the following would be most useful to accelerate green progress in the next decade:
What other new ideas, issue framing, innovations or other developments do you think would be useful to accelerate green progress in the next decade?
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