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Prospects for a Just Transition in Asia: Navigating opportunities and challenges

There can be no one-size-fits-all solution to the decarbonisation of our economies, the energy transition, and the social-ecological transformation of our cities.

This publication from Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) showcases recent developments in the various policy fields in which the concept of just transition is enshrined, taking in examples from a number of Asian countries.

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More editorial than report, the publication highlights international accomplishments, together with their national and local implementation, in a series of articles and book previews. As well as spotlighting success stories, it looks at the shortcomings of recent efforts and some problematic schemes for implementing low-carbon technologies.

The publication includes the following articles:

  • Driving change: Thailand’s electric vehicle transition
  • Towards a healthier and more just future
  • A path to sustainable and just cities
  • Unseen consequences: Ignoring gender in just transition
  • Financing solar power in urban social housing
  • The plastic paradox: Pollution, caste, and livelihoods
  • Colombia’s pioneering just transition process: Insights and learnings

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