22-23 March 2015, Bangkok, Thailand
28 January 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia
GroundReport, 14 Apr 2015 - One way to help the environment is by promoting the growth of sustainable business practices and jobs that decrease pollution. Reports on the green job industry’s expansion show mixed results, largely due to the industry being ill-defined as far as what jobs count as green. The results tend to be promising, though, and with a few tweaks even more jobs can help keep the planet healthy.
Futurity, 09 Apr 2015 - From 2008-12, the coal industry lost over 49,000 jobs, while natural gas, solar, and wind industries created nearly four times that many—elsewhere.
This report provides information on the survey development, questionnaire design, concepts and definitions, methodology of data collection, as well as main findings of employment in the environmental sector and green jobs in one of the pilot countries: Albania.
Asia and the Pacific is expected to be hit hard by the impacts of climate change, with seven of the top ten vulnerable countries in the world being in the region. This publication showcases technologies that can be used to address such impacts across six sectors: agriculture, coastal resources, human health, transportation, water resources, and disaster risk management. The solutions presented may serve to demystify the technologies surrounding adaptation options.
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