Policy Brief: How could policy makers support just sustainability transitions?
How can policy makers of local and national governments strive for more just and sustainable cities?
The answer to this question starts with the basic realization that current social injustices and unsustainabilities are persistent and interconnected. In order to tackle these challenges, we need systemic and transformative change, or in other words transitions. As guardians of public well-being, policy makers play a crucial role in such transitions.
This policy brief presents 15 policy recommendations on how policy makers on the local and translocal level can take up this role and create more impact for just and sustainable cities.