The poverty‐inequality‐environment frontier in the age of crises

Antoniades, Andreas, Antonarakis, Alexander S and Kempf, Isabell, eds. (2021) The poverty‐inequality‐environment frontier in the age of crises. Sustainable Development, 29 (3). ISSN 0968-0802

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This Special Issue is part of a joint initiative on “Financial Crises, Poverty, and Environmental Sustainability” by the Sussex Sustainability Research Project (SSRP) of the University of Sussex, the UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Action for Sustainable Development Goals, and the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD). The aim of the project is to foster an evidence-based understanding of the multiple and complex ways in which poverty and environmental dynamics interact in moments of economic crises and how this interaction can be managed in a way that facilitates the transition to sustainability.

The Special Issue includes the following papers:
1. The Great Stagnation and environmental sustainability: A multidimensional perspective
Bernardo Cantone, Alexander S. Antonarakis, Andreas Antoniades (University of Sussex)
2. Confronting inequality in the ‘New Normal’: hyper-capitalism, proto-socialism and post-pandemic recovery
Tim Jackson (University of Surrey), Peter A. Victor (York University, Toronto)
3. Transformative social policies as an essential buffer during socio-economic crises
Isabell Kempf, Paramita Dutta (UNRISD)
4. Alleviating debt distress and advancing the Sustainable Development Goals
Howard Haughton (King’s College London), Jodie Keane (Overseas Development Institute - ODI)
5. Bracing for the typhoon: Climate change and sovereign risk in Southeast Asia
John Beirne, Nuobu Renzhi (Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo), Ulrich Volz (SOAS)
6. Climate shocks and poverty persistence: Investigating consequences and coping strategies in Niger, Tanzania, and Uganda
Vidya Diwakar, Antoine Lacroix (Overseas Development Institute – ODI)
7. Class and climate change adaptation in rural India: Beyond community-based adaptation models
Maryam Aslany (University of Oxford), Shannon Brincat (The University of the Sunshine Coast)

Item Type: Edited Special Journal Issue
Schools and Departments: School of Global Studies > International Relations
Research Centres and Groups: Sussex Sustainability Research Programme
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