Updated on July 19, 2021 by Carol Botten
This final report of the Environmental Justice Commission sets out a vision for the future of the UK. Part one defines the shifts needed in the UK’s approach to addressing the climate and nature crises and makes the case for a ‘new social contract’, to deliver a transition that is both rapid and fair. Part two, in five chapters, outlines the practical steps we propose. Each contains proposals on what we think needs to be done, when and by whom.
Posted on July 19, 2021 by Carol Botten
The cross-party Environmental Justice Commission (EJC), chaired by leading figures from the Conservative, Labour and Green parties, was founded in 2019 with a mission to develop a programme to address the climate and nature crisis and to do so in a way that addresses wider economic and social unfairness.