New Deal: Does It Make the Transformation Green?Journal: Efil Ekonomi Araştırmaları Dergisi (Vol.4, No. 13)
Publication Date: 2021-03-15
Authors : R. Funda Barbaros;
Page : 14-42
Keywords : Green New Deal; Circular Economy; Climate Crisis; Environmental Economics;
With the last 200 years of industrial and technological revolution, the human species' innovations (such as production, transportation, communication, urbanization) has deteriorated the ecological balance of our planet. The fossil fuel contamination culture of living and consuming has caused the atmosphere to cross the carbon contamination borders. The unfavorable environment created by the pandemic conditions in 2020, together with the existing problems of the planet on the one hand, and the increase in economic and social inequalities on the other, gave direction to the search for a developed way out. In this context, the “Green New Deal-GND” policies, which have been discussed extensively in the USA, Britain and the EU and have an important place in the field of politics, have been transformed in the first quarter of the 21st century. This is why this work; It aims to examine the Green New Deal planned between 2030 and 2050 in the USA and the EU.
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