IMPRESSIONS OF JUST TRANSITION

Statements and videos from experts, stakeholders and decision-makers during our workshops

Experts from academia and think tanks, energy transition practitioners, stakeholders, representatives from civil society and foreign policy decision-makers came together in two international workshops. In thematic working groups they identified relevant dimensions for action and discussed their experiences and practical solutions.

Voices of the workshop participants

Three Questions to our workshop participants

What are the Key Elements of a Just Energy Transition?

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Dr. Maria Skóra

Policy Fellow, Research Associate (Institut für Europäische Politik)
Maria Skóra is a Research Associate at the Institut für Europäische Politik and a policy fellow at Das Progressive Zentrum. Previously, she was head of the International Dialogue program at Das Progressive Zentrum. She holds a master's degree in sociology and a PhD in economics. 2018 Alumna of the Young Leaders Program at the Aspen Institute Central Europe in Prague. 2019 Visiting Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and AICGS, Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC.
Janis Prinz worked as a trainee at the Progressive Center from November 2018 to May 2020 in the program area "Structural Change" on energy & climate policy issues as well as on the topic of populism. While studying philosophy and neuroscience, he was already involved in political participation and a democratic culture of debate at the Symposium Magdeburg e.V. and on the board of the Debate Club Magdeburg e.V..

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