Just Transition from fossil fuels for workers, communities and economies
Fossil fuels are the primary cause of climate emergency and we all must strive to replace them with greener options of energy and development. However the situation is a little complex. Many workers, communities and countries remain dependent on fossil fuels for economic reasons and access to energy and therefore a new paradigm of Just Transition is the need of the hour.
Satat Sampada has joined hands with the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty (FFNPT) initiative to demand immediate action for an equitable phase out of fossil fuel production, promote safer and more cost-effective alternatives, and a global just transition through international cooperation.
Global Partnership Coordination - We manage the civil society partnerships for the Treaty Initiative and get to work with a range of stakeholders working in the field of human rights, energy security and environmental justice.
Developing Principles of a Fossil Fuel Treaty - We are coordinating an extensive consultation and desk research process to identify a set of normative principles that underpin the development of a legal Fossil Fuel treaty framework. Key stakeholders engaged are civil society groups, networks and campaigns that work on human rights, labour and just transition, gender, peace and security, health, faith groups, youth, indigenous groups across various regions.