"Perspectives on a Global Green New Deal ... pools the knowledge of climate activists from around the world to offer an alternative framework for the Green New Deal. It goes beyond abstract platitudes of “internationalism” and instead uses case studies of concrete policies to challenge us all to think beyond national borders. ... The two initiators of the book project, human rights activist and researcher Harpreet Kaur Paul and Dalia Gebrial from the London School of Economics, introduce eight specific topics and then invite politicians, activists, and civil society actors from all over the world to speak on them."
The themes are:
CLIMATE JUSTICE IN A GLOBAL GREEN NEW DEAL
WORK IN A JUSTICE CENTRED TRANSITION
LIVING WELL THROUGH SHOCKS: HEALTH, HOUSING AND SOCIAL PROTECTION
TRADE AGREEMENTS AND INVESTMENT: THE BLOCKADING OF A GLOBAL GREEN NEW DEAL
THIS LAND IS OUR LAND: CONSERVATION, FOOD AND ENERGY
BLUE NEW DEAL: WATER, ICE AND OCEANS
CLIMATE LINKED-MIGRATION: THE RIGHT TO MOVE AND THE RIGHT TO STAY
FOREIGN POLICY: DISMANTLING GREEN COLONIALISM
WHO PAYS? DEBT, REPARATIONS, AND ACCOUNTABILITY
The full PDF is available free, online.