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The climate crisis is a complex, multi-faceted challenge. There are countless intersections between climate change and a range of other issues such as poverty, hunger, equality, employment, and sustainable land and water. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a useful framework for unpacking these linkages.
This two-part series explores the interconnections between SDG 13: Climate Action and other goals, through 10 articles by diverse community changemakers across Canada.
Part 2 of two publications
Part 2 of this two-part series explores the transformations we need to make to our economic and energy systems to effectively decarbonize while achieving diverse co-benefits for society as a whole and specifically those at risk of being left behind.
The pieces and authors profiled in this publication are:
- Climate policies make energy more affordable: energy efficiency for low-income households – Hannah Muhajarine
- The challenges of transitioning to electric vehicles in Canada – Jill Mills
- Green jobs: the intersection of climate change and unemployment – Pragya Dawadi
- From ‘take-make-waste' to a circular and regenerative economy – Matthew Carreau
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