How do we talk about the transition to a low-carbon economy without it sounding like a threat to the livelihoods – and sense of identity – of all those who work in energy-intensive industries and the communities they support? The concept of a ‘just transition’ – where workers and communities affected by the move to a low-carbon economy are supported through a...
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