This resource outlines employment opportunities in the new clean economy.
This guidebook offers a comprehensive description of green jobs and career ladders in the sectors of Water, Waste Management, Energy, Food Systems, Transportation, and Green Building. It includes extensive details on 164 different jobs in the green economy.
This website was an initiative of the NSW Department of Education and Training to report on why green skills are an important consideration, what you need to know to begin green skilling your staff, and other quick links to case studies in a variety of industries, including building and construction, farming, printing, clerical and office settings, and transport and logistics. icy response to climate change would become a pressing issue.
This resource is a case study of Berkeley, California.
“This report presents the findings of the 2009 Green Jobs Survey, which provides the most comprehensive look yet at private-and public-sector green jobs in Washington state. It also provides further evidence that, rather than a separate green economy, the existing economy is becoming increasingly green.”
“This report presents the findings of a survey of private-sector employers in Washington state. The goal of the survey was to identify the number and type of jobs in the state’s emerging green economy and to establish a baseline measure that can be used to track industry and job growth in Washington’s “green economy.””
Green jobs are not automatically good jobs. We have to make them so. This report begins to show how.
Bellingham-based company creating jobs through sustainable alternatives to demolition. This website begins to show how its done.
This report was commissioned by the NSW Board of Vocational Education and Training who had the foresight to recognize that the skills policy response to climate change would become a pressing issue.
This resource outlines jobs from renewable energy and energy efficiency.
This report outlines current and potential Green Jobs in the US Economy.