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Korea's Green New Deal: Myths and Realities
South Korea has adopted a Green New Deal as an official government program. It includes targeted investments in green and digital technology, the creation of hundreds of thousands of jobs, and a reduction of the country's sizable carbon footprint. Is this a major shift from the country's "Green growth" approach? Has the government followed through on its promises? What are the prospects for a true transition to clean energy in Korea? Four Korean experts report from the frontlines of the climate crisis in Asia.

Lee Taedong, professor of political science and international studies, Yonsei University
From Green Growth to Green New Deal

Kim Joojin, managing director, Solutions For Our Climate
Evaluating Korea's Green New Deal

Hong Jong Ho, professor of economics at the Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Seoul National University
Challenges and Opportunities of Energy Transition in Korea

Kwon Yoo-Jung, Green Environment Youth Korea
Campaigning against Korea's Dirty Energy

Nov 17, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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