Unions can be torn between mitigating climate change tomorrow and saving jobs today. A significant Just Transition Fund could ease that dilemma.
Concluding the Social Europe series on ‘just transition’, Maja Göpel zooms out to elaborate the shift in narrative entailed.
The EU should bring a new climate agenda to Glasgow—including a roadmap for emerging nations to embrace a future beyond fossil fuels.
The new Just Transition Fund puts a coal phase-out by 2030 for the whole of Europe within reach.
In the latest contribution to our series on ‘just transition’, Monique Goyens argues that it must address the people finding it hard to pay their energy bills.
A ‘just transition’ must replace fear of, and resistance to, brown job losses with consensus behind social investment. Pension reform provides parallels and pointers.
John Weeks argues in our ‘just transition’ series that its success is linked to a political message of hope.
A new report has identified good and bad practices which can inform national efforts at ‘just transition’.
Continuing our series on ‘just transition’, Natalie Bennett argues that the media have an ethical responsibility to foster public understanding.
A serious discussion of ‘just transition’ must break with a social model based on individual utility maximisation—before it breaks the biosphere.
Just transition works and there are already many lessons learned. The most important is that workers must see a positive pathway ahead.
The deputy prime minister of Spain responsible for the ecological transition describes the experience there of making ‘just transition’ a reality.
In our series on ‘just transition’, Marina Povitkina and Bo Rothstein argue neglected issues around quality of government need addressing to secure public legitimacy.
The principle of ‘sustainability first’ should become the golden thread unifying all EU actions.
In our series on ‘just transition’, Béla Galgóczi focuses on what it means for the key sectors of coal and cars.
Continuing our series on a ‘just transition’, Ludovic Voet stresses that allocating European funding is no substitute for a strategy to achieve it.
Éloi Laurent opens a Social Europe series on the ‘just transition’ by framing it in the context of the social-ecological state.