Government green jobs and skills strategy
During the past few months there has been a great deal of talk about the need for the UK’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic to be powered by investment in sustainable projects and programmes across all parts of the economy. Few would argue with this approach, but making it a reality will be challenging. We must align the appropriate enabling policies, regulations and standards, along with the support of businesses and consumers. We will also need a workforce that can deliver projects and services in a sustainable way.Green jobs and skills have recently been the subject of an Environmental Audit Committee inquiry, initiated to help the Committee understand the jobs, skills and training needed to ensure the UK can m
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