GWS participation in OCED panel discussion on " Skills Assessment and Anticipation for the Green Transition"
The transition to a green economy is changing the demand and supply of skills and jobs. Various challenges and methodologies exist to identify these skill needs. The OECD is currently organizing four thematic workshops to, among others, gain a better understanding of the methods and data.
The first workshop on October 4th, 2022 dealt with the definition of “green” jobs and methods to estimate skill needs for the “green” transition. At the panel discussion, Dr. Anett Großmann presented the model e3.at (economy, energy, environment in Austria), which was applied to quantify the employment effects of climate change mitigation scenarios.