Guide: Eight steps for a just transition
Briefing | 2 November 2017
Just transition is a development model based on locally designed public policies to create the context for a fair income and a decent life for all workers and communities affected by pollution reduction measures. This guide offers some pointers for initiating a just transition process, including:
- understanding the concept,
- choosing an area,
- knowing the potential,
- decision-maker agreement,
- community consultation,
- success stories,
- support from the centre,
- identifying financial instruments.
Theme: Energy and climate | Social and economic impacts
Project: Coal in the Balkans | Just transition
Tags: just transition
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