Climate action as an employment driver – new study on the employment effects of more ambitious climate action
The study, commissioned by Greenpeace, provides a literature review on the effects of a transition towards a green economy on the labour market. Both current effects on employment generated so far and projections up to 2030 from a variety of recent studies examining the consequences of higher reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions are considered. The results can be found here and in Greenpeace' press release.
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Young talent for the construction industry – a look at apprenticeship figures in the construction and finishing trades
The construction industry is currently caught between slumping order numbers due to high construction and financing costs and the German government's goal of building 400,000 homes a year. In…