Entrepreneurship is recently viewed as a motor of economic, social, and environmental development. As a result, countries and educational institutions are looking toward implementing entrepreneurial education among young people, such as scholars. Nonetheless, it remains weak since students’ intention to become entrepreneurs is not substantial. This chapter aims to understand how scholars’ educational systems, and government can increase green entrepreneurial intention. A worldwide comparative analysis review was made to determine the current practices in different parts of the globe. National, private, and educational institutions play a crucial role in developing green entrepreneurial intention. Students look for the necessary knowledge, skills, abilities, and an excellent ecosystem to develop a new venture.