ReNEWT, the international consortium aimed at evaluating and designing solutions to ensure a just and equitable transition to carbon neutrality for all, has just launched its new website. Explore the main goals and keep up to date with the activities of the network, currently managed by the RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment (EIEE).
9/12/2020, Milan, Italy – The Research Network on Energy Workforce Transitions (ReNEWT) is a consortium of policy analysts and researchers from all over the world. The objective of the network is to debate and evaluate implementable solutions to ensure a just and equitable transition for workforces, particularly in fossil fuel-based sectors. Established in 2018 by the London School of Economics and Political Science and currently managed by the RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment (EIEE), the ReNEWT network consists of 60 researchers from around 25 different research institutions across North America, Europe, India, China and Australia, brought together to identify the social and economic opportunities and challenges related to a fair and just transition to carbon neutrality.
The aims of ReNEWT are to develop an innovative set of knowledge based on best practices to help produce effective just transition policies at local and global level; to encourage the development of solid and creative solutions through learning and dialogue between research institutions, to provide evidence-based policy tools that can help local stakeholders from different fossil fuel economies manage the transition of their workforce to carbon-neutral activities proactively while safeguarding their economies.
The network announces the launch of the new website of ReNEWT (renewt.org) The website provides information about the network’s objectives and members, and allows being up to date on the network activities.
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