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Slow Transition on the Fossil Fuel Fencelines: A Community M&E Perspective

25 April 2024

Communities on the fencelines of the fossil fuel economy – especially communities on the coal fencelines – bring an important and special voice to Just Transition debates. They struggle directly with the health and environmental externalities of the coal economy. In some areas, they are at the same time dependent on the coal value chain. They deeply realise the coming impacts of the transition and the need to create alternative local economies. Their knowledge of the coal burden they carry motivates them to search for restorative justice.

Read our full report: Slow Transition on the Fossil Fuel Fenceline: A Community M&E Perspective