The Fairness Community of Practice at the European Commission Joint Research Centre, Monitoring, Indicators and Impact Evaluation Unit invites you to an online event on:
How can we achieve a green transition that is fair
The event is part of a webinar series on fairness and related issues
organised by the Fairness Community of Practice. For details on the upcoming events please see the Fairness CoP page.
- applied sciences | climate change | environmental research | migratory movement
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Action on climate change is costly and some of these costs will be shifted to consumers. However, rising energy, food and housing prices have regressive effects and therefore impose a greater burden on low-income households. With inequalities growing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become even more important to ensure that the impact of climate mitigation policies on different groups is equitable.
This webinar brought together academics and practitioners to discuss the distributional impact of climate reduction policies and the best strategies to design fair climate change mitigation policies in Europe.
- Dr Sylke Schnepf (JRC)
Dr. Frank Siebern-Thomas(DG Employment)
Prof. Stefan Bouzarovski (University of Manchester)
Dr. Milena Buchs (University of Leeds)
Dr. Toon Vandyck (JRC)