Architecture & Design, 23 Jul 2014 - HY William Chan from the University of Sydney recently won the Australian Institute of Architects’ student prize for the advancement of architecture award.
The Economist, 19 Jul 2014 - The Australian prime minister follows through on an election promise
Last updates - news, resources, events - of the ILO Green Jobs Programme for Asia and the Pacific up to July 2014!
Plan commissioned this research report in order to investigate the potential for green skills training in four countries: Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. The research has sought to identify the existing provision of green skills training in each of these countries and the sectors in which green skills gaps are likely to occur in the future.
This guide focuses on the specific challenges and opportunities for green jobs promotion in Asia. In regional terms, developing economies in Asia are now a substantial contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions, with total emissions forecast to continue increasing at a rapid rate in line with current economic growth trends.
Willing to get in touch with our team? Today, email us to question Ms Lurraine Baybay Villacorta on her work as Environment and Decent Work Specialist with the ILO in Asia and the Pacific.
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