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Routledge Handbook On The Green New Deal

Kyla Tienhaara, Joanna Robinson, 036762804X, 9780367628048, 0367628058, 9780367628055, 1003110886, 9781003110880, 978-0367628048, 978-0367628055, 978-1003110880

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English | 2023 | PDF

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In recent years, the Green New Deal has moved from relative obscurity to  front and centre of policy discussions and public debates about how to  respond to the climate crisis. It has been credited with radically  changing the nature of the conversation on climate change and with  re-energizing the environmental movement at a critical time. All Green  New Deal proposals share an emphasis on the need for governments (rather  than markets) to lead the energy transition. However, they differ in  other respects. This Handbook analyses the fundamentals underlying all  Green New Deals as well as exploring national and regional variations.  It is divided into three parts. The first part examines the political  economy of the Green New Deal focussing not just on how proposals will  be costed but also on opportunities for a fundamental transformation of  both national economies and the global economic system. The second part  explores issues of justice, which are central to many Green New Deal  proposals, including Indigenous rights, racial and gender equity, and  justice for the Global South. In the third part, authors detail case  studies of Green New Deal proposals and plans at the local, national,  and regional level. This book will be an invaluable research and  reference volume for students and scholars in economics, politics,  sociology, geography, and environmental studies. It should also be of  interest to those actively involved in climate and environmental  policymaking.