This document is a summary of the discussions held at the International Roundtable on Achieving Positive Social and Economic Outcomes in the Energy Transition on 17 February 2022. This Roundtable was co-hosted by The Next Economy and Melbourne Climate Futures at the University of Melbourne, with support from the Strategic Partnerships for Implementation of the Paris Agreement, and brought together over 40 leading thinkers and practitioners in Australia, Germany and Poland who are deeply engaged in the question of how we manage change in the energy sector well. Participants included academics, policy thinkers, civil society groups and unionists across the three countries.
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