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Through discussions at the National Roundtable on the Workforce for an Inclusive Green Economy, attendees pinpointed necessary actions to reduce redundant or fragmented green workforce efforts. The outcomes provide insights into what government agencies, industry, unions, higher education institutions, and workforce agencies must do, independently and together, to address gaps in the green workforce structure and programs, effectively scale them up, and ultimately drive forward an inclusive, green economy.
The report is intended for federal and state agency program designers, policymakers, higher education, and other workforce education organizations. It is recommended that program designers reach out to this Roundtable for additional key information to incorporate into workforce programs.
As the ongoing global climate crisis threatens the habitability of the planet, causes massive human suffering, and brings about major civilization disruptions, our country is acting to create the clean energy and green economy transition we urgently need.
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