Just Transition for All

Training Programs
A 2022 dissertation which explores the contribution of renewable energy to sustainable development, “decent work” and the “just transition” to a lowcarbon economy in South Africa. [Originally posted at https://scholar.sun.ac.za/bitstream/handle/10019.1/124613/malope_power_2022.pdf?sequence=2&isAllowed=y]
A 2020 study which examines potential improvements to Alberta’s employment services system and its active labour market policies to better support young oil and gas workers in their adjustment. [Originally posted at https://summit.sfu.ca/item/20104]
A 2017 report which argues that the time has come to address the controversial realities that as a global community we are currently facing: climate change and global warming. [Originally posted at https://yorkspace.library.yorku.ca/xmlui/handle/10315/39294]
A 2021 report which serves as an update to the previous analysis, and utilizes new data obtained from RESI’s GGRA Plan Analysis that was conducted for the state of Maryland. [Originally posted at https://mde.maryland.gov/programs/air/ClimateChange/Documents/2030%20GGRA%20Plan/Just%20Transition%20Study%20Update.pdf]
A 2022 report which proposes recommendations for priority actions that countries and firms can take to encourage the participation of women in the energy sector to drive a sustainable socioeconomic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. [Originally posted at https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-01/Energy-Transition_Role-of-women-in-Post-COVID19.pdf]
A 2022 report which compiles a collection of case studies from around that world that showcase programmes designed to address skills development of workforces for energy transitions. [Originally posted at https://iea.blob.core.windows.net/assets/953c5393-2c5b-4746-bf8e-016332380221/Skillsdevelopmentandinclusivityforcleanenergytransitions.pdf]

Hot Reports

Covid-19 and a Just Transition in India's Coal Mining Sector The COVID 19 pandemic hit India hard in early 2020, with negative GDP growth and a surge in unemployment. In the energy sector, coal fired power generation was already under pressure from overcapacity, low electricity demand growth, and increasingly competitive renewables.
Considerations for a Just and Equitable Energy Transition As the energy transition accelerates, it is our responsibility, it is our opportunity, to ensure that in addition to contributing to a healthy planet by replacing fossil fuels with clean energy sources, this is accomplished in a just and equitable manner providing prosperity for all.

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