Promoting Decent Work in a Green Economy

Posted by Thao Nelson - On March 02, 2011 (EST)

The report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) on “Promoting Decent Work in a Green Economy,” which is comparatively short, appears to provide a number of country examples, addresses various sectors, and other timely issues such as OHS and green jobs and green jobs and women workers.


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On August 20, 2012  Selina Legette said:
However, NOAA contribute significantly to private sector Women,Nutritional plans, and Internation labor. We have yet to see any funding for practices. This sector is too broad the impact of new policies can not replace employment opportunities, even bring in young adults. Construction, rather its Solar or others materials, should be funded under the same Youthbuild but name "Green Collar Science" employment, education,and funded for women executive.



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