Could upskilling help avert a global green skills crunch?

James Murray
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Could upskilling help avert a global green skills crunch?

New study from Boston Consulting Group and Microsoft warns up to 150 million people will need to be provided with sustainability skills in order to deliver on climate goals

Speak to any business leader about the biggest barriers to the net zero transition and it won't be long before they mention the looming green skills crunch. In many industries the technologies and practices...

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