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Just Transitions: actions and outcomes in activism for a just transition from fossil fuels in Australia

12 Dec 2017

A new platform mapping environmental conflicts developed by RMIT urban researchers helps to support just transitions from coal to clean energy without disadvantaging workers and communities.

Resistance against massive coal-mining in Australia and a growing movement for a ‘just transition’ from fossil fuels has enjoyed some success but faces massive challenges, as shown in a new map developed by the Australian Environmental Justice (AEJ) research team at the RMIT Centre for Urban Research (CUR) in partnership with Friends of the Earth (FoE) Australia.

The Just Transition from Fossil Fuels in Australia map is the latest of several featured on the Environmental Justice Atlas (EJAtlas), a global platform mapping environmental conflicts around the world.

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