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The Unattended Role Of Wellbeing And Equity In Sustainability And Climate Change Policies In Europe | 107338
ISSN: 2157-7617

Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change
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The unattended role of wellbeing and equity in sustainability and climate change policies in Europe

6th World Conference on Climate Change

Sonia Quiroga and Pablo Martinez-Juarez

Universidad de Alcala, SpainUniversidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Earth Sci Clim Change

Public effort on climate change policies has been growing in the last years in Europe, and with it, the attention put over its effectiveness, efficiency and impact over equity. One of the sources of problems is the excessive rigidness of top-down approaches. The development of a wide and diverse range of measures would ease the task of broadening the view and letting stakeholders to find solutions that fit best. Innovation is the key of this approach, but creativity in problem solving is discouraged. Identification of societal needs is also basic, as needs and resources will fluctuate throughout time. While biodiversity, ecosystem conservation or provisioning ecosystem services are highly regarded, some other indirect effects provided to society (e.g. cultural value) are often forgotten and this would explain the excess of attention that has been paid to policies such as grey infrastructures. While their positive impact as adaptive measures is undeniable, their cost efficiency may not be as clear as it should. Soft adaptation measures such as Ecosystem-based Adaptation has been showing encouraging results, even taking just into account their ability to fulfil their direct role. While clear and varied objectives are important, unexpected benefits arising from different measures, or co-benefits, must also be considered. Co-benefits from ecosystem improvement and conservation may affect wellbeing and health. Green environments have been associated not only with stress reduction, but also with lower prevalence rates in different illnesses and health problems. It has also been suggested that green neighborhoods reduce health inequalities, providing better health to both high and low income areas, but improving health conditions more strongly in economically deprived areas. This subject will be of growing importance as climate change affects the income structure and there is still much to be analyzed on the potential reduction of socioeconomic inequalities through environmental policies.