Climate change: New ILO report highlights efforts to create millions of new "Green Jobs"

December 2008
World of Work;Dec2008, Issue 64, p61
The article focuses on the new International Labour Oraganisation (ILO) report which highlights efforts to create millions of new green jobs to address climate change in Geneva, Switzerland. The report finds the negative effects of climate change on workers and their families. It calls for transitions for those affected by transformation to a green economy and those who must also adapt to climate change with access to alternative economic and employment opportunities for enterprises and workers.


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