|Montmasson-Clair, Gaylor (2012). Green Economy Policy Framework and Employment Opportunity: A South African Case Study. Pretoria : Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies.|
|G 68 E.DBSA.12.NATU|
|Natural resource management : an employment catalyst: the case of South Africa / Thierry Giordano, James Blignaut and Christo Marais. -- Halfway House, South Africa : Development Planning Division, Development Bank of Southern Africa, 2012.|
| p. : maps ; 30 cm. ( Working paper series ; no. 33 )|
|G 68 E.INDU.11.GREE|
|Green jobs : an estimate of the direct employment potential of a greening South African economy / [team leaders: Jorge Maia and Thierry Giordano] ; Industrial Development Corporation, Development Bank of Southern Africa [and] Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies. -- [Sandton] : Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa, 2011.|
|vii, 170 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.|
Naidoo, D. Discussion paper on the role of water and the water sector in the green economy within the context of the new growth path : report to the Water Research Commission / Gezina (South Africa) : Water Research Commission, 2013. G 68 JWRC KV 307/13
Suleman, Muhammed, Matthew Gaylard, Sandiswa Tshaka and Carel Synman. Policy brief: South African Cities Green Transport Programme: accelerating the transition to green transport. Pretoria: Department of Environmental Affairs, 25 November 2015.
South Africa. Department of Transport. Draft green transport strategy (2017-2050). Pretoria: Department of Transport, 2017.
South Africa. Department of Transport. Green transport strategy, 2016-2021: draft. Pretoria: Department of Transport, 2016.
|G 68 E.ECON.11.NEWG|
|South Africa. Department of Economic Development.|
|New growth path : accord 4 : green economy accord / Economic Development Department, Republic of South Africa. -- Pretoria : Economic Development Department, 2011.|
|40 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm.|
|G PWC E.ECON.13.GREE|
|Western Cape (South Africa)|
|Green is smart : Western Cape green economy strategy framework, 2013. -- [Cape Town, South Africa : Western Cape Government, 2013.]|
|53 p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 30 cm.|
Stafford, William and Kristy Faccer. Steering towards a green economy: a quick reference guide. Pretoria: CSIR, 2014.
South Africa. Dept. of Environmental Affairs. The green economy : does it include you? : your handy guide to the green economy / Pretoria : Department of Environmental Affairs, . G 68 E.ENVI.12.GREE
Stafford, William and Kristy Faccer. Steering towards a green economy: a reference guide. Pretoria: CSIR, 2014.
South Africa. Department of Science and Technology, Academy of Science of South Africa. The state of green technologies in South Africa. Pretoria: Academy of Science of South Africa, November 2014. Shelf no. G 68 E.SCIE.14.STAT
Musvoto, Constansia, Anton Nahman, Karen Nortje, Benita de Wet, Brian Mahumani. Agriculture and the Green Economy in South Africa: a CSIR Analysis, 2014. Pretoria: Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 2014.
Partnership for Action on Green Economy. A Green Economy Industry and Trade Analysis: Assessing South Africa’s Potential. Pretoria : Department of Economic Development, Department of Environmental Affairs, Department of Science and Technology, Department of Trade and Industry, 2018.
UNEP ; Department of Environmental Affairs. Green economy modelling report of South Africa : focus on natural resource management, agriculture, transport and energy sectors (2013)
Western Cape. Department of Environmental Affairs and Planning. Western Cape Government Green Economy Report 2016. Cape Town : Department of Environmental Affairs and Planning.
Western Cape. Department of Environmental Affairs and Planning. Western Cape Government Green Economy Report 2015. Cape Town : Department of Environmental Affairs and Planning.
Western Cape. Department of Environmental Affairs and Planning. Western Cape Government Green Economy Report 2014. Cape Town : Department of Environmental Affairs and Planning.
Includes policies and reports.
"national fund that seeks to support green initiatives to assist South Africa’s transition to a low carbon, resource efficient and climate resilient development path delivering high impact economic, environmental and social benefits."
"110% Green is an initiative of the Western Cape Government calling organisations to commit to the Green Economy."
Breakthrough : corporate South Africa in a green economy / Pretoria, South Africa : Africa Institute of South Africa, 2014. G 68 E.RELA.15.PROM