Green Careers Hub launched

24th November 2022

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At IEMA Connect 2022 we launched the first stage of our Green Careers Hub, an exciting new project with lots more content to come next year.

After receiving regular feedback from our members on the lack of clarity in defining a green job or progression pathways in the sector, we decided to build a solution: a platform where anybody, from any sector or background, can go to understand how they can play a role in the wider green economy.

The website currently includes our intent and vision, as well as information on green skills and the UK green landscape. We also reference our plans to add more interactive content in 2023, including careers advice, job profiles and case studies to tell the story and showcase the importance and variety of green roles.

At the Connect 2022 session we discussed the importance of green skills, our vision for all jobs to be greener, and what we plan to develop as part of the Green Careers Hub.

If you missed the launch session, you can catch up at

Explore the IEMA Green Careers Hub, including the chance to join our mailing list for the latest news as we continue to develop the website ready for next year, at

We hope you are as excited about this project as we are. If you have any questions, please direct them to [email protected]

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