The green economy is environmentally sustainable; it considers the limited resources and their limited possibilities for self-recovery, recognizing the dependence of economic development on natural capital.
The green economy is socially fair, and it aims to create access to all people's resources, improve the human well-being of all sections of society, and provide opportunities for personal and social development.
The green economy is low-carbon, aimed at efficient use of resources, encourages the introduction of alternative energy sources and increases energy efficiency, introduces new production technologies to reduce harmful emissions into the atmosphere, and the transformation of waste products into an alternative production resource.
The green economy is a "clean" economy that reduces the harmful impact of nature man and seeks to lead our society to a new development model, where natural and human capital is a value, and a means to achieve sustainable economic growth.
The green economy embodies the idea of restoring, conserving and sustainably managing natural capital through innovation in policy-making and the creation of technologies that work together to help adapt to climate change.