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Greening of the World of Work: Implications for O*NET-SOC and New and Emerging Occupations

This report summarizes the recent research to investigate the impact of green economy activities and technologies on occupational requirements in an effort to determine their impact on current O*NET-SOC occupations and to identify new and emerging (N&E) occupations that may be considered as potential candidates for inclusion in the O*NET-SOC system. The report is organized in three sections. Section I describes the occupational implications of the green economy and its associated activities and technologies. Section II focuses on important occupational staffing implications within different sectors of the green economy. Section III describes the methodology and results of this research, including identification of current O*NET-SOC occupations impacted by the green economy and specific green economy N&E occupational candidates.

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06/19/09 09:33AM

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Going Green - The Vital Role of Community Colleges in Building a Sustainable Future and Green Workforce

Going Green: A Report on the Vital Role of Community Colleges in Building a Sustainable Future and Green Workforce, AED, 2009. Primary author is Mindy Feldbaum, former ETA employee. This report examines the growing role of community colleges in a low-carbon, clean energy economy, and:

  • provides examples of innovative strategies and practices used by community colleges to address climate change, environmental stewardship, and green workforce development;
  • offers information on the fastest growing sectors and jobs in the clean energy/green economy that provide strategic opportunities for community colleges and their students;
  • stimulates the dialogue on the role of community colleges in creating a sustainable future; and
  • presents useful Web sites and resources for further information
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    10/26/09 11:02AM

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Understanding the "Green" Economy

What is a "Green" industry or occupation? There are many aspects of work that could be considered green, such as new materials, methods, products, and services. However, we do not yet have a common language capturing the broad and varied nature of green industries and jobs. Several states and many local organizations are working collaboratively to better understand and promote the effects of clean and green technology on our economy. Following is a collection of information from those efforts. The California Employment Development Department put together a “Digest” website that includes links to “Green” reports and summaries.

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11/11/09 02:43PM

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