Glaring skills gap risks undermining green recovery, businesses warn

Michael Holder
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Aldersgate Group urges government to address low carbon skills deficit as a 'national priority' or risk seeing net zero transition derailed

The UK desperately needs a new low carbon skills strategy that embeds sustainability across the national curriculum, teacher training and, apprenticeships, as the glaring deficit in green skills is threatening...

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