Seven principles to realize a just transition to a low-carbon economy
This policy report presents basic tenets that define a just transition. It suggests ways to implement these components into policy and practice. The report emphasizes that regions facing decarbonization can and must prepare for inevitable change on the horizon with critical investments, policy reforms and inclusive dialogue.
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