Just Transition is an overarching concept of ensuring fairness and equity in the process of transitioning to a net zero economy, ensuring that no one is left behind and that the most vulnerable communities and workers are supported during the transition.

Lloyds Bank recently brought together experts from business and finance for a landmark conference to explore the principles, processes and practices of delivering a Just Transition to a net zero economy in the UK. Explore the discussion below.


A Just Transition

But what does it mean? Watch members of our network share their ideas. Our Just Transition conversation starts here.

Exploring a UK Just Transition

What is a Just Transition? And why do we need one?

We start by outlining the opportunities a Just Transition could bring to the UK, what needs to happen to deliver a Just Transition, and key themes to be considered along the way.

Learn about a Just Transition

Delivering a Just Transition in the UK

We look at why a Just Transition requires a vigorous debate among the widest possible range of stakeholders, and how businesses are going to have to update their mindset and develop new attitudes throughout their organisation.

Turning vision into action

Financing a Just Transition

Industry leaders explore how public and private finance can complement each other, and the potential for new sustainable financial products that help citizens and organisations make the switch to green technologies.

Hear from industry leaders

The Business Guide to the Just Transition

The Business Guide to the Just Transition

This report, created in partnership with edie, suggests Just Transition principles for businesses and net zero transition plans.

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A corporate view on the Just Transition

A survey recently published by edie found that only 33% of corporate chief executives are “very engaged” in delivering a Just Transition. Head to pages 13-15 to find more insights on what corporate ESG professionals are doing to embed the Just Transition into their organisation’s sustainability strategy.

This report was first published on edie.net

Download the report (PDF, 2.3 MB)

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