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CEDEFOP project: Skills for the green economy

Overview of Cedefop main activities on Skills for the green economy: events, news, publications

This project explores employment effects, skill requirements and policy implications of the transition towards a greener economy. The main aims are to investigate the expected impact of environmental and climate change policies on future skills demand within and across sectors, and to provide insights for effective training and education policies.

Environmental change is an increasingly important driver of labour demand and skills supply across all sectors. Therefore, the positive impacts of the transition to a greener economy can be maximised only by developing the skills, knowledge and competences required by resource-efficient processes and technologies; and integrating these into our businesses and communities. To this end, Cedefop investigates the expected impact of environmental and climate change policies on future skills demand within and across sectors, and provides insights for effective training and education policies.

Further, we pinpoint specific economic activities and occupational profiles to identify where existing competences are being enhanced; additional or new competences are emerging; and old competences are becoming obsolete as a result of the greening of the European economy. Anticipating and analysing evolving skill needs informs education, training and employment policies, and enables a better matching between labour supply and demand. By comparing experiences and strategic responses across countries, Cedefop provides stakeholders and social partners with examples of good practice to shape the way in which education and training systems are adjusted, upgraded and/or refocused and to ensure workers are suitably equipped with the right skills.

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