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Unsettling climate change: Green New Deals, Slum Upgrades and Household Vulnerabilities 
Iokiñe Rodríguez (University of East Anglia)
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Global environmental justice
Friday 2 July, 14:15-16:00 (UTC+1)

Short Abstract:

The panel looks at the outcomes of interventions addressing different aspects of climate change in Kenya, Pakistan and worldwide, where the focus is on the implications of Green New Deals.

Long Abstract

How is climate change playing out in terms of policy choices and impacts? This panel explores policies and outcomes with a focus on climate change mitigation. A first paper explores the implications of Green New Deals for labour markets and employment. The second study examines the environmental impact of slum upgrade programmes through a case study from Kenya’s cities. Our third paper discusses the impact of climate change on household vulnerabilities. In bringing together these different perspectives on climate change we explore the current and future implications of climate change policies at micro and macro levels.

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