The equitable transitions program aims to contribute to a successful sustainability transition by promoting solutions perceived as fair and equitable. We recognize that a transition comes with trade-offs, and that societies face serious challenges on the road to sustainability. We use a combination of participatory engagement and analysis to find equitable solutions.
Downshifting our lives – and working less – could benefit the environment without harming the economy.
This study examines national mitigation pledges presented at the 2015 Paris climate summit, relative to equity benchmarks and 1.5 °C-compliant global mitigation
This paper presents a theory of induced technological change in which firms pursue a random, local, and bounded search for productivity-enhancing innovations.