Climate Alliance event | 25.09.2023 | Frankfurt (DE)
Socially Just Climate Protection: Approaches for an Inclusive Energy Transition
Time: 11 – 15
The German government's goal is socially just climate protection that promotes social cohesion and guarantees social balance. After all, whether it's electricity blackouts due to high energy prices, the heating exchange or the 49-euro ticket - climate protection measures are closely related to issues of social justice and should result in a targeted distribution of financial resources.
The energy transition affects a wide range of areas, from housing and mobility to social, economic and financial policy. How can we ensure that it is designed to be socially just? How can we cushion social hardships in connection with the Building Energy Act in order to preserve affordable housing? And how can energy cooperatives, for example, remedy the situation?
The event, organised by Climate Alliance through the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub in collaboration with the Horizon 2020 project ENPOR, offers you the opportunity to discuss these questions and develop possible solutions for your region. Get inspiration and develop differentiated strategies for your regional projects so that no one is left behind in energy poverty due to the energy transition.
The event is open to all interested stakeholders and is free of charge. Catering will be provided. Event location: Ökohaus, Kasseler Straße 1 A, Frankfurt, Germany