low carbon economy

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Post date: 13 mar 2010
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Post date: 13 mar 2010
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Post date: 15 lut 2010
Type: Termin

The Aldersgate Group is a strategic coalition of businesses, NGOs, think tanks and individuals, who believe in that high environmental standards are essential for future economic growth and competitiveness. Aldersgate Group Project Chair John Edmonds said: "The skills gap in the UK economy is well documented, with one in three firms already hampered by a shortage of skilled staff, from those needed to install new technology to scientists and engineers."
Post date: 26 lis 2009
Type: Aktualności

A key recommendation is that all major environmental policies should be accompanied with a corresponding skills strategy. The Government should also: provide sufficient investment for training, make the training institutions fit for purpose, drive demand for environmental skills, reform its communication strategy The most significant driver for low carbon skills is a robust government industrial policy that encourages investment in low carbon technology and resource efficiency.
Post date: 26 lis 2009
Type: Publication