Decarbonisation, not deindustrialisation: How upskilling holds the key to the green jobs revolution

James Murray
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Decarbonisation, not deindustrialisation: How upskilling holds the key to the green jobs revolution

Major new report from Resolution Foundation and LSE argues UK is set to experience a surge in the number of green jobs, but the transition needs to be carefully managed

What constitutes a 'green' job? It is a trickier question to answer than it at first appears. Various studies have defined the term differently resulting in wildly difference estimates as to how many people...

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