Government targets two million new UK green jobs by 2030

Michael Holder
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Workers assembly electric taxis in Coventry

Green Jobs Taskforce launched with remit to deliver long-term plan to help fill glaring gap in skills needed to build the net zero economy

The government has set its sights on delivering two million green skilled jobs across the UK by 2030, as it today launched a new Taskforce to chart a long-term plan to fill the growing green skills gap...

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