As unemployment mounts, research points to 1.6 million green jobs opportunity

Michael Holder
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Prioritising green homes, tree planting, and charge points could help tackle mounting job losses, according to new reports from IPPR and REA

Investing in a green recovery could create as many as 1.6 million jobs in the UK as the country strives to bounce back from the coronavirus crisis, delivering greener homes, cutting greenhouse gas emissions,...

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