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Green Jobs: Towards Sustainable Work in a Low-Carbon World

The following report, produced by Worldwatch Institute (September 2008), has compiled evidence of green jobs available currently and how a ‘green’ economy could create and transform jobs in the future. Split into three broad sections, the report covers a wide scope of issue such as what is counted as a ‘green’ job, the availability of green jobs now, concerns over quantity and quality, policies that should be established to regulate green jobs, economic stimulus through green jobs and measures to ensure a ‘Just Transition’. The report concludes with a list of the present flourishing green job sectors, though cautions that while the potential is there for further green job growth, the challenges are still formidable.
  Year of Publication: 2008
 Author: Worldwatch Institute (Michael Renner) and Cornell Labour Institute (Sean Sweeney, Jill Kubit)
 ISBN No: 978-92-807-2940-5
 Price US $: -
 Stock Number: DRC/1069/PA
 PDF Available at: Green Jobs: Towards Sustainable Work in a Low-Carbon World
 Number of Pages: 350 pages
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