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Capturing the distributional impacts of long-term low-carbon transitions
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions
A B S T R A C T Major policy proposals often require a distributional impact assessment, focusing on differential financial and other impacts across population segments. Such assessments are rare, however, at the multi-decadal scale addressed in long-term (e.g. to 2050) low carbon transition modelling. There is therefore a risk of socially inequitable outcomes, which in turn presents a socio-political risk for decision-makers driving transitions. This paper uses a literature review and expertdoi:10.1016/j.eist.2019.01.007 fatcat:3xsx7lafxbcmtkk7k3aisfnixe