What is a just transition to a sustainable society, and what policies and measures should we implement to make it fair? How can we involve different societal groups?
Join the discussion about justice in one of the most significant transformations of our time. In this webinar, the Not Just a Green Transition project (NJUST) invited researchers, policymakers, and experts to discuss what a just green transition entails and how climate policies address the human factor.
In the webinar, we will discuss questions such as:
- What is important to include in the toolbox?
- What policy measures are needed to make the transition fair?
- How can you meet the needs of social groups and reduce potential unfair impact?
- Are the conflict of aims to achieve this?
The project Not Just a Green Transition (NJUST) aims to provide knowledge and recommendations on how to engage all Nordic citizens in a green transition that transforms the Nordic Region into the most sustainable and integrated region in the world. With one year left of the research project, we are approaching the end deliverable: a policy proposal toolbox. The toolbox will contain information, policy proposals and measures to reduce the potentially negative spatial and social impacts of the green transition.
This research project is a collaboration effort, and in this webinar we gather those involved to share knowledge and build on the insights the project has generated so far. Join in the conversation, we want to hear from you!
Intro by moderator Lisa Pelling
Highlights and key results from report ”In all fairness: perceptions of climate policies and the green transition in the Nordic Region”
Learnings from social groups
Nora Sanchez Gassen
Panel discussion with:
Eggert Benedikt Guðmundsson, Leader of Sustainable Development in the Prime Minister’s Office, Iceland
Ellen Bruzelius Backer, Policy Director for the 2050 Climate Change Committee, Norway
John Hassler, Professor Stockholm University and Government Investigator of Fit for 55, Sweden
The project Not Just a Green Transition – Examining the path towards a socially just green transition in the Nordic Region (NJUST) is initiated and funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers and conducted by Nordregio in collaboration with the Nordic Welfare Centre.