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Just Transitions
Examples of this pattern in action:

Public Health Institute
Just Transition is a process to ameliorate the conflict between jobs and the environment. It brings organized labor, the traditional environmental community and the people of color environmental justice movement together to develop policies and relationships to avert clashes. Through a process of dialogue and common projects these groups are defining a policy of Just Transition that calls for financing a fair and equitable transition for workers and communities in environmentally sensitive industries as we necessarily move forwards towards more sustainable production.


Organizations whose work incorporate this pattern:

Canadian Labor Congress

Health Care Without Harm


References:

Labor Institute. Just Transition. Labor Institute. New York, New York. 2002.


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A Conservation Economy

Social Capital

Fundamental Needs

Subsistence Rights

Shelter For All

Health

Access To Knowledge

Community

Social Equity

Security

Cultural Diversity

Cultural Preservation

Sense Of Place

Beauty And Play

Just Transitions

Civic Society

Natural Capital

Ecological Land-Use

Connected Wildlands

Core Reserves

Wildlife Corridors

Buffer Zones

Productive Rural Areas

Sustainable Agriculture

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Ecotourism

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Transit Access

Ecological Infrastructure

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Ecosystem Services

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Economic Capital

Household Economies

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Community Benefit

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Waste As Resource

Product As Service

Local Economies

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Local Assets

Bioregional Economies

Fair Trade

True Cost Pricing

Product Labeling