United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), International Labour Organization (ILO)
Employment Situation in Latin America and the Caribbean: Environmental sustainability and employment in Latin America and the Caribbean analyses the performance of the region's labour markets in 2017 and presents multiple policy proposals to promote decent work and labor-driven environmental sustainability.
International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO)
Restoring Forests and Landscapes: The key to sustainable future provides facts, figures and key message to encourage more investments in forest and landscape restoration. It demonstrates ways to achieve the 2020 and 2030 targets and how different organizations can best collaborate using regional and global platforms to accelerate the restoration process.
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 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.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Costa Rica is regarded by many as an economic and environmental success story, with an admirable record of ‘green growth’—economic growth that minimizes pollution and uses and manages resources efficiently.
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
This report examines the specific industrial policy measures promoting a low-carbon transition in five focus countries, specifically Brazil, Germany, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea and South Africa, through a compilation of expert review studies.
This report summarizes the main findings of a national green jobs assessment conducted in Mexico in 2013. The assessment revealed how many green jobs currently exist in the country and which sectors show the strongest potential for further green jobs creation.
By presenting a selected number of successful national experiences from 2012, the progress report illustrates the different levels at which the International Labour Organization (ILO)'s Green Jobs Programme operates.