IEMA | COP28 green skills blog
Despite the fact that skills and training are critical to the net zero transition, despite the fact that businesses often put skills and training in their top three asks to government, the subject does not seem to be sufficiently sexy to be a priority for some policymakers. We at IEMA are therefore urging the delegates at COP28 to come together to ensure that the need for a rapid expansion of skills and training in sustainable practices and technologies is added to the final cover text of the meeting.Sarah Mukherjee MBE
CEO of IEMA
In her latest blog, IEMA CEO Sarah Mukherjee MBE makes the case for green skills and training to be on the final cover text of the COP28 negotiations, which take place in Dubai at the end of 2023.
Read the blog by clicking through to the IEMA website below.
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