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Trust in a green economy

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A presentation held by Sandro Scocco at the Green Economy Workshop in Stockholm 10-11/2 2014.

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  1. 1. “In its simplest expression, a green economy can be thought of as one which is low-carbon, resource-efficient and socially inclusive’ (UNEP) TRUST - The size of the circle reflects level of trust needed • • Weak climate policies (energy) Insufficient regulation of ekosystem services Global resource management • • • Weaker legitmacy Lower trust in institutions Political Polarisation Market • • • • • Interdependencies Increased income inequality Extreme debth levels Current account imbalances High Unemployment Unfavorable Demographics Community Social relations • • • Increased Nationalism Tendency to protectionism Decreasing socialt capital National/regional Politics (Extended version of my graph in p.27 in Mistra pre study).
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