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Green energy and jobs – updates from 30,000 feet
(Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces (ACW), 2016-11)
Presentation by Warren Mabee, Queen’s University, at ACW All Team Meeting Researcher’s Workshop. Vancouver, November 2016
After Paris Conference Toronto 2015 - video 4 - Characteristics of green jobs related to renewable energy deployment
(Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces (ACW), 2015)
Presentation by Warren Mabee, Queens University, to the Adapting Canadians Work and Workplaces. International Panel: After Paris: Politics, Climate Change and Labour. Toronto, 2015.
The Impact of Bioenergy and Biofuel Policies on Employment in Canada
(Work in a Warming World (W3), 2011)
Environmental policy, particularly written to deal with climate change and the related issue of renewable or clean energy production, has the potential to change the capacity of businesses, states, and other organizations ...
Factsheet: Low-Carbon Construction of Canada’s “Built Environment”
(Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces (ACW), 2016-05)
Buildings are the fourth highest source of greenhouse gas emissions by economic sector in Canada, and will surpass electricity to become the third highest source by 2020. Reducing the greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted by ...