The greening of the European economy, as outlined in the EU 2020 strategy, will have profound effects on the labour market. Yet not enough is being done to make sure people are acquiring the right skills.
Cedefop’s new report looks at how regulatory frameworks, employer needs and learning provider constraints affect the move toward a green economy.

The study, available in pdf and e-book format, identifies the main challenges and priorities in eight EU Member States (Germany, Greece, Italy, Hungary, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Finland and the UK), and takes as examples nine occupations at all qualification levels that are affected by the green economy.