Karina Milagros Ordoñez Ruiz, Frank Jhoan Muñoz Delgado, Merlyn Novoa Sanchez, Edwin Nehemías Altamirano Cerna, Luis Alberto Ordóñez Sánchez
The objective of the research is to explore the governance indicators in relation to green development in Peru. Governance indicators from the World Bank were used, specifically opting for three of them, Government Effectiveness (EG), Regulatory Quality (CR) and Corruption Control (CC); On the other hand, regarding green development, the indicators were CO2 emissions (CO2), Mortality from PM2.5 (PM2.5) and number of ISO 14001 Certifications (ISO14001). The results showed that there is a relationship between CR and ISO14001 with a Pearson coefficient of 0.79, EG and CO2 of 0.69, EG and PM2.5 of 0.75 and finally CC with CO2 and PM2.5 of -0.60. and – 0.63 respectively. It is concluded that the reduction of CC generates an increase in CO2 emissions and PM2.5 mortality, in addition, the CR and the EG have shown that establishing commitments improves environmental management with the adoption of management systems of good importance such as is ISO 14001.
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