Green Transition

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Skills for Green Transition in UK – A disconnect between increasing employer demand for green skills and young people’s lack of knowledge of what they are

Along with demographic change and advances in technology, the transition to green skills is one of a number of mega trends set to transform the economy and labour market. These shifts are also interconnected. The need for “green skills” is therefore not just about new green jobs, but also greening existing roles, increasing economic growth … Continue reading

Green Transition in Canada – The $2 trillion road to net zero needs a national strategy for green skills

We know the consequences of climate change. We know the causes, too. We even know what can be done to address it. This journey will require new approaches to sustainable finance, if we’re to generate the $2 trillion needed to finance the transition. Overall, capital is not in short supply. Investible projects, with reasonable returns, … Continue reading

Green Transition and Skills in Canada – 3.1 million jobs will be disrupted over the next 10 years

Green Collar Jobs is the latest report in RBC Economics and Thought Leadership’s climate series, building from the team’s flagship report, The $2 Trillion Transition, which was launched in October 2021. This climate series is designed to inform and inspire Canadian prosperity, while advancing RBC’s ongoing commitment to speak up for smart climate solutions, a … Continue reading

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