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Sebastiano Sabato, Boris Fronteddu

A socially just transition through the European Green Deal?

The aim of this working paper is to provide a preliminary assessment of whether the European Green Deal constitutes a suitable policy... Find out more

Towards a just transition: coal, cars and the world of work

The role of trade unions and social dialogue is key in demonstrating the major differences between coal-based energy generation and the... Find out more

Climate change and trade union issues

SEER Journal for Labour and Social Affairs in Eastern Europe SEER, Volume 22 (2019), Issue 2, ISSN: 1435-2869, ISSN online: 1435-2869, https... Find out more

Phasing out coal – a just transition approach

This working paper examines what a Just Transition to a Greener but employment-rich and egalitarian economy might look like. It examines the... Find out more

From Paris to Katowice: the EU needs to step up its game on climate change and set its own just transition framework

This Policy Brief examines implications of the EU’s targets for reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for labour markets. The brief... Find out more

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September 22, 2020

GreenReads: citizens’ climate assemblies - strategic foresight report

Citizens’ climate assemblies Britain and France have asked citizens to develop ideas and recommendations for future climate policies. These... Find out more

September 22, 2020

Social partners and the European Green Deal

The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) wrote a letter to the Presidents of the European Council and the European Commission to ask... Find out more

September 22, 2020

Interview: three questions for Ludovic Voet

Ludovic Voet is confederal secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation. His responsibilities at the ETUC cover sustainable... Find out more

September 22, 2020

The EU budget deal – tension between Covid recovery and the Green Deal?

The European Union is facing huge uncertainties. The Covid-19 health crisis is far from over with countries struggling to prevent or halt a... Find out more

September 22, 2020

Editorial: What’s green inside the latest State of the European Union

At her first State of the European Union speech delivered on 16 September 2020, President von der Leyen showed a valiant effort to... Find out more