Title Assessing Green Jobs Potential in Developing Countries: A Practitioner’s Guide
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Thematic Area Green Jobs
Author of the LED Knowledge resource (not the person who is uploading it) Andrew Jarvis, Adarsh Varma and Justin Ram
Date of publication Nov 2011
Geographical area Interregional
Publisher/Editor ILO
Abstract (short description of the LED knowledge resource) A number of studies for industrialized countries assess how a transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy might affect employment. These typically find overall job gains compared to “business-as-usual” scenarios. The more detailed of these studies address not just changes in the total number of jobs, but also underlying job movements as well as the quality of jobs. Such knowledge is vital to informing policies that enable a just transition to a green economy, yet there are few comparable studies for developing countries. A key bottleneck is the scarcity of information, particularly employment and production data on green jobs as well as on linkages with the rest of the economy. As part of the ILO’s Global Green Jobs Programme, this guide provides practical solutions tailored to the considerations of developing countries that can help fill these information gaps. The guide adopts a menu approach, providing policy-makers with a range of options that take into account time and resource constraints as well as policy priorities. Though meant to stand on its own, the guide also serves as a companion to a series of country studies published separately by the ILO, which provide country-specific details on how the guide can be applied. The guide was developed by GHK Consultants and the ILO headquarters and regional office in Bangkok in the context of the national green jobs mapping study carried out in Bangladesh in 2010.
Keywords (Keywords are the indicators for tag clouds) Green Jobs
ISBN 978-92-2-124571-1
Language English
Submitted by Annie van Klaveren
Update by Antoine Masquelin on 28 July, 2014
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Green Jobs in Developing Countries


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