Not enough green jobs created, workers still lack green skills: Studies

Green skills include pollution mitigation and waste prevention, energy management and sustainable procurement. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Workers in Singapore are keen to explore green jobs - and companies are, likewise, eager to hire them.

Yet firms have not created enough jobs, nor have employees acquired enough green skills to take on the scarce openings that these companies have created, to leverage the green economic transition required by accelerating climate change.

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