This report, Green Jobs in Tunisia: Measuring Methods and Model Results, studies the case of Tunisia and seeks to quantitatively analyse the extent of decent green jobs that currently exist in the country as well as the potential implications of such scenarios for Tunisian labour markets.
Greener growth, a just transition and green job creation figure prominently in the global agenda today. However, we do not yet have a full understanding of the likely employment impacts of different policy options.
World Employment and Social Outlook 2018: Greening with jobs presents an assessment the employment impacts of the transition to a green economy. The reported estimates suggest that the net effect on job numbers will be positive, with a net increase of approximately 18 million jobs across the world as a result of the adoption of sustainable practices.
This paper, The Gendered Effects of Air Pollution on Labour Supply ,draws on 20 years of systematic data collection on employment and air pollution to explore the link between air pollution and labour supply.
The guide Value Chain Development for Decent Work: How to create employment and improve working conditions in targeted sectors is the second edition of the Value Chain Development for Decent Work Guide.
Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), International Labour Organization (ILO)
The Green jobs mapping study was carried out at the end of 2013 as part of the inception phase of Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) in Mongolia. The Green Jobs Mapping Study of Mongolia at hand gives an overview on green jobs in Mongolia.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is supporting Mauritius in its endeavor to become a sustainable island through the promotion of green jobs in the country. The synthesis report Green Jobs in Mauritius: Experiences from a Small Island Developing State presents the various initiatives that have been conducted in 2011-2012 within the “Maurice Ile Durable” framework.
The report Skills for Green Jobs Study – Guyana examines and reflects on Guyana’s experiences identifying, anticipating and responding to skills needs for green jobs as the country transitions to a green economy.
The report The Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprises in Guyana analyses how Guyana performs with respect to each pillar of a conducive environment for sustainable enterprises, assessing strengths and weaknesses.