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ILO promotes green jobs to address climate change

ILO promotes green jobs to address climate change

Geneva, Jul 15 (Prensa Latina) Faced with the growing risks of deterioration in labor markets in 2022, the promotion of green jobs is fundamental to address climate change and sustainable development, the International Labor Organization (ILO) reported on Friday.
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In a statement, ILO Director Guy Ryder said that multiple global crises and growing inequalities between and within countries hinder the efforts to establish more inclusive, sustainable and resilient labor markets.

It is imperative to invest in skills development for workers for a resilient recovery in the face of digitalization, demographic changes and decarbonization, he emphasized.

Earlier in the day, the labor and employment ministers of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (Brics countries) issued a public statement.

The text underlined that the global labor market remains under the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic, combined with current and future challenges caused by climate change, technological transition and demographic changes.

The statement identified three priorities: promoting green jobs for sustainable development, developing skills for resilient recovery, and protecting workers’ rights in new forms of employment.


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