'Severe implications': Can the UK prevent a worsening green skills crunch?

Cecilia Keating
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'Severe implications': Can the UK prevent a worsening green skills crunch?

Extensive review of existing green jobs research and data explores key barriers to growth in UK's green jobs market

For a good while, the government was big on green jobs. Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson even put a figure on its aspirations, pledging to create two million green jobs by 2030 through the various measures...

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