The need to tackle climate change has continued to grow rapidly and the UK objective to reach net zero emissions by 2050 is getting closer.
In order to deliver the scale of transformation needed to achieve the future vision and ensure the UK is on a net zero course, a mammoth workforce is an integral part of the green industrial strategy.
So how do we meet the need for green skills in less than 30 years?
With a focus on workforce skills and capacity, our report, 'Making Green Work', aims to answer this question - as well as identifying common challenges and highlighting potential solutions which will help overcome the hurdles, unlocking wider opportunity and ensuring the green industrial revolution works for everyone.
We have collaborated with London Transport Museum, Jacobs and Thales to create this report, exploring the development of a green workforce in order to achieve the UK Government's commitments for a more sustainable future.
Our report, 'Making Green Work', will equip you with information on a range of key issues surrounding the green revolution, including:
- Investing in skills to support green jobs
- Improving climate and environmental literacy
- Making green decisions easier
- Understanding the climate risks
- Collaboration between businesses, governments and education
- Technology and innovation
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