The role of strategies in a Just Transition

Transition strategies structure the process, guide choices and actions and give planning security to workers, industries, investors and communities.
Effective Just Transition strategies require the involvement of all affected stakeholders and communities from the beginning.

The Problem
Defining the problem and agenda-setting.
The Target
Defining the vision and objectives of the strategy.
The Learnings
Monitoring, reporting, evaluation and policy adaptation.
The Action
Identifying and selecting options, and implementing actions.
A transition strategy is needed in all regions to keep up with the complex characteristics of systemic change processes.
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Good Practices
Read about examples from:
Chile, Silesia (Poland), Czechia, Amsterdam (Netherlands), Western Macedonia (Greece), Cleveland (USA)
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