A globalização da Transição Justa no mundo do trabalho: políticas de escala e de escopo

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https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2021.182883

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Transição Justa, Sindicatos globais, Ambientalismo trabalhista

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O artigo trata da chamada “transição justa” enquanto principal expressão do ambientalismo trabalhista em nível global, e mostra como as organizações sindicais internacionais têm desempenhado um papel central nessa discussão. O objetivo da contribuição é fornecer um relato analiticamente informado dessa trajetória. Em sua primeira parte, esclarece o esquema analítico utilizado; na segunda e principal parte, emprega tal esquema para traçar o papel dos sindicatos globais na globalização da “transição justa”. Em particular, argumenta-se que a globalização da “transição justa” no mundo do trabalho continua sendo um processo em andamento, na medida em que reflete tanto as dinâmicas Norte-Sul quanto as setoriais. Conclui-se com um comentário sobre as causas por detrás desses achados, bem como sobre as perspectivas e desafios para ampliar a “transição justa”.

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Biografia do Autor

Dimitris Stevis, Colorado State University

Professor of world politics and codirector of the Center for Environmental Justice at Colorado State University. He has recently co-edited the Handbook of environmental labour studies (forthcoming, Palgrave Macmillan, 2021, with Nora Räthzel and David Uzzell), Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene: From (un)just presents to just futures (Routledge 2021), Just transitions: Social justice in the shift towards a low-carbon world (Pluto Press, 2020, with Edouard Morena and Dunja Krause) and “Labour in the web of life” (special issue of Globalizations, 15 (4), 2018, with Nora Räthzel and David Uzzell); has co-authored Mapping just transition(s) to a low-carbon world (Just Transition Research Collaborative, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, 2018) and Workers and communities in transition: Report of the just transition listening project (Just Transition Listening Project, Labour Network for Sustainability 2021); and has authored Labour unions and green transitions in the USA: Contestations and explanations (Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces to Respond to Climate Change, 2019) and a number of articles and chapters. He is currently involved in research and policy projects on just green transitions, labour environmentalism, sustainable production and consumption, and planetary justice.

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Stevis, D. . (2021). A globalização da Transição Justa no mundo do trabalho: políticas de escala e de escopo. Tempo Social, 33(2), 57-77. https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2021.182883

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