A report released by the Adecco Group shows that more than 1.47 billion jobs globally depend on a stable climate.
To cope with the impacts of climate change, experts say that the industry must radically transform and apply sustainable solutions such as using renewable energy, electric transport, deploying a sustainable waste management system, and adapting green infrastructure solutions... Green logistics will greatly contribute to improving the environment and supporting the sustainable development of the economy.
Guaranteed net zero
Many countries are planning towards a zero-carbon future, ensuring workers and communities are involved in the green economy. Meanwhile, the International Labor Organization estimates that around 6 million jobs in coal power, oil extraction, and related industries could be eliminated by 2030. This requires a mining plan. training and retraining, in order to move this workforce to green fields.
New technology will pave the way for businesses to come up with unique competitive strategies. A trained green workforce can also be ready to deliver ideas, products for key projects, goods and services. To do this, policymakers should start with developing a comprehensive transformation roadmap detailing the expertise and skills required by different sectors.
Countries should strive to improve the skills of their workforce so that they can stand out in an ever-evolving market. At the same time, they need to come up with more sustainable practices.