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The green transition is a process towards a new development model that ensures environmentally sustainable and fairer societies. It is a necessity to address the human-induced climate change emergency, environmental degradation (water, land, forests, atmosphere) as well as the loss of biodiversity.
The policies to tackle climate change must also build resilience and mitigate inequality and unfairness in our societies, which is why green transition strategies include a policy mix aimed at effective climate action and a just and fair transition into a thriving and clean economy, ‘leaving nobody behind’.
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