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Skills for the green transition


To address climate change and promote sustainable development, societies need to transition to lowcarbon energy sources, prevent ecological collapse, and enable human development so people can thrive in a green economy.

This aligns with the EU Green Deal’s goals of climate neutrality and reduced inequality. It presents opportunities for governments and organisations to implement changes that make labour markets and education more inclusive, prosperous and beneficial for human well-being.

The European Training Foundation (ETF) has assessed policies and advances in skills deployment for the green transition in EU neighbouring countries1. Key findings can help governments address capacity-building needs while enabling long-term social change for a just transition.

Access the report on www.etf.europa.eu (PDF, 11.5MB)


1 Research has been conducted in the following countries: Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo (this designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ opinion of the Kosovo declaration of independence), Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, North Macedonia, Palestine (this designation shall not be construed as recognition of a State of Palestine and is without prejudice to the individual position of the EU Member States on this issue), Serbia, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Türkiye, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. In addition to this report, 17 country reports and two thematic reports (energy and construction) have been produced.

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