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A Framework for a Just Transition in South Africa

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Presidential Climate Commission

01 June 2022

PCC

English

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Guide/ Handbook

South Africa

The just transition framework is a planning tool for achieving a just transition in South Africa, setting out the actions that the government and its social partners will take to achieve a just transition, and the outcomes to be realised in the short, medium, and long term.


In 2021, the Presidential Climate Commission commissioned several studies and undertook public consultations to help inform the development of the just transition framework and to unpack some of the issues and context for the development of a framework that is practical, timely, and actionable, and meets the needs of all social partners.


The framework sets out the policy measures and undertakings by different social partners to minimise the social and economic impacts of the climate transition, and to improve the livelihoods of those most vulnerable to climate change.

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