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Future skill needs for the green economy

6-7 October 2008, Thessaloniki, Greece

Cedefop organised an international workshop with its expert network on early identification of skill needs - Skillsnet - to identify the key trends and future skill needs for the green economy.

Green technologies offer the possibility of new green jobs for those who respond quickly to the developing green economy. Green jobs will require new skills in new and emerging occupations. Identifying what those skills will be may make action to combat climate change more effective.

Worshop draft presentations are available below.

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Agenda

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ILO green jobs initiative and implications for skills development - Christine Evans-Klock

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Impact of climate change mitigation policies on employment in the EU - Sophie Dupressoir

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Skills for sustainable development: necessary but not sufficient? - Malcolm Rigg

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Emerging skill needs in a greener UK economy - Terence Hogarth

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A model for the education and training of ecologists and environmental managers in the UK: filling the skills gap - Max Wade

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Future skill needs in renewable energies identified in an integrated approach: results of the ADeBar project - Helmut Kuwan

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Curriculum development for green jobs in the biomass production for energy purposes - Ladislav Nozdrovicky

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Future skills needs for the green economy: some starting points - Jesse Scott

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Future skills needed in renewable energies in Spain: a vision of enterprises - Javier Gomez

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Environment and labour force skills - Allister Slingenberg

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Future skill needs for the green economy - Peter Szovics

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Green economy conclusions

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Focus group reports

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List of participants

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News Details

27/11/2009
Cedefop