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A Social compromise for the Anthropocene? Elite reactions to the Escazú Agreement and the prospects for a Latin American transformative green state

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A Social compromise for the Anthropocene? Elite reactions to the Escazú Agreement and the prospects for a Latin American transformative green state

Área/s de trabajo: Triple transición
Tipo de publicación: Documentos de trabajo
Fecha publicación: 01/10/2022
Nº descargas: 281
A Social compromise for the Anthropocene? Elite reactions to the Escazú Agreement and the prospects for a Latin American transformative
The world is urgently facing the need for a “green transformation”, involving not only a transition towards the use renewable energy and reduction of biodiversity loss, but a deep social change towards social justice and sustainability. Such action requires social compromises between elites and popular sectors that allow the building of strong institutions to implement changes. Latin America is faced with huge tasks to increase equality, justice and sustainability, but it also plays a pivotal role in the global green transformation.

Tipo de publicación

Documentos de trabajo
ISSN
1885-9119

DOI

https://doi.org/10.33960/issn-e.1885-9119.DTFO07en

Autoría

Autoría Institucional

Fundación Carolina, Oxfam Intermón

Formato

PDF

Año

2022

Cómo citar:

Bull, B. (2022): “A Social compromise for the Anthropocene? Elite reactions to the Escazú Agreement and the prospects for a Latin American transformative green state”, Documentos de Trabajo, Occasional paper FC/Oxfam Intermón (7)en, Madrid, Fundación Carolina/Oxfam Intermón

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