Green jobs: We need a diverse workforce to achieve the world's climate goals

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Angela Rose from the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) explains why the trade association is sending a 'green jobs delegation' to COP26

Throughout my studies, geography always stood out to me as a compelling subject. It was diverse, it was relevant and it was a subject that continues to evolve over time. The ability to take action and...

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