Sustainable and Inclusive Development in Europe and Central Asia
“ From Transition to Transformation:
Sustainable and Inclusive Development in Europe and Central Asia“
- has the highest carbon emissions per capita in the world — over five times the limit which would stabilize global warming by 2050.
- Eastern Europe and Central Asia need to remove fossil fuel subsidies, invest in ‘green’ jobs, and establish social protection floors to ensure a sustainable future.
The report, supported by 13 U.N. agencies, calls for
- a transformation to integrated policy making,
- where social equity, economic growth and environmental protection are approached together.
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First Global Human Development Forum – Istanbul, March 22-23
Eastern Europe and Central Asia should transition toward sustainable development now or pay more in the future, says UN report
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