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The Impacts of Climate Change on European Employment and Skills in the Short to Medium-Term: Company Case Studies - Final Report (Volume 1)
This report presents 15 detailed company case studies that explore the main climate change drivers affecting companies; the key responses both internally and ...
Manufacturing Climate Solutions: Carbon-Reducing Technologies and U.S. Jobs
This ongoing series presents research linking U.S. jobs with selected low-carbon technologies that can help combat global warming. In the series, it asks, “In ...
National and Local Employment Impacts of Energy Efficiency Investment Programmes
This study considers the employment impacts of 44 energy efficiency investment programmes that are ongoing, or were recently implemented, in nine EU countries. ...
Employment Potential of Renewable Energy In South Africa
This report presents the findings of a research study into the longer-term impacts on employment in South Africa that would result from Government commitments ...
Renewable Energy = Jobs
This is part of Earthlife Africa's Sustainable Energy Briefing Series. The briefing gives a summary of research into employment potential of renewable energy.
Activities Related to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency: Markets, Employment and Energy Stakes - Situation 2006-2007 and Projects 2012
This publication follows the annual changes in markets and activities relating to renewable energy and measures for increasing energy efficiency in the ...
High Road or Low Road? Job Quality in the New Green Economy
Public discussions on green jobs has focused on the number or type of employment opportunities that could be created by a clean energy revolution. Yet, ...
Overview of the Republic of Korea's Green Growth National Vision
The purpose of this Interim Report is to present an overview of the Republic of Korea’s Green Growth National Vision announced in August 2008. It also ...
The carbon productivity challenge: Curbing climate change and sustaining economic growth
The paper presents results of McKinsey's research on carbon productivitiy - the amount of GDP produced per unit of carbon equivalents emitted. Results show ...
Green Recovery: A Program to Create Good Jobs and Start Building a Low-Carbon Economy
As the U.S. debates its energy future, this report shows that the nation can create two million jobs by investing in a rapid green economic recovery programme, ...
25% Renewable Energy for the United States by 2025: Agricultural and Economic Impacts
This study was designed to determine the feasibility of America’s farms, forests and ranches providing 25 percent of U.S. total energy needs while continuing ...
Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change
The Review first examines the evidence on the economic impacts of climate change itself, and explores the economics of stabilising greenhouse gases in the ...
The Garnaut Climate Change Review: Final Report
The Garnaut Climate Change Review examines the impacts of climate change on the Australian economy and the costs of adaptation and mitigation. It analyses the ...
Skills for Sustainability (Second edition)
This second edition of the report brings together the most up-to-date Australian and international research, and is informed by recent national developments ...
Building a Green Recovery (Caring for Climate Series)
Governments are facing a triple crisis of economic downturn, energy insecurity and climate change. The paper analyses the degree to which government efforts to ...
A Climate for Recovery: The colour of stimulus goes green
As governments struggle to revive their economies, they are also seeking to lay the foundations for the next phase of growth. Increasingly this is being linked ...
Climate change, the environment and jobs in UNI europa's sectors
This report aims to explore the future of employment in the European service industry from a sustainable development perspective, particularly in an ...
Paradigm shift: social justice as a prerequisite for sustainable development
The authors argue that a new paradigm is needed for European and national policies if the challenge of sustainable development is to be answered. It will not ...
Technical webinar: Mapping environmental initiatives and tools in the garment sector in Asia
The increasing social and environmental impacts of the garment supply chain are well known and have resulted in the development of an array of initiatives, ...