Climate Change | Readout and Recommendations
The Role of International Climate Policy in Addressing Socioeconomic ChangeDownload
There are many disruptive forces at play in climate action, ranging from technology shifts, economic transformations, political upheaval and societal reconfiguration. How will climate policymakers react and adapt to this? What is needed from multilateral institutions in the areas of economic governance, social justice, sustainable consumption and production, and managed energy transitions?
The Stanley Center gathered civil society and policy experts from social justice campaigns and the international climate community to consider these and other questions during a roundtable at the 59th annual Strategy for Peace Conference.
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