Multimedia on Green Jobs

  1. Change must start with a focus on social justice

    20 February 2024

    On World Day of Social Justice, ILO Director-General, Gilbert F. Houngbo, said there is a unique opportunity to bend the arc of history in favour of social justice and to put social needs at the same level as economic and environmental concerns.

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    Green jobs: A solution to youth employment and the climate crisis?

    10 August 2023

    Green jobs can help tackle the climate crisis and the labour market challenges faced by young people. So what exactly are green jobs? And what can young people do to create a sustainable future for themselves?

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    Heat stress – how are we going to live with it?

    18 July 2023

    The summer of 2023 is recording some of the highest temperature on record, for our entire planet. This has enormous consequences for the world of work – regulators and businesses as well as workers. How can we adapt?

  4. Farmers' voices: Green jobs and just transition

    12 May 2023

    Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) in Thailand has conducted a readiness assessment of green jobs, decent work and just transition policies in Thailand’s agricultural sector. In Mae Chaem District of Chiang Mai province, in the north of Thailand, on-ground capacity building and knowledge sharing activities have taken place. Watch the video and find out more about green jobs and just transition.

  5. Supporting green economic development in Thailand

    11 April 2023

    Wasana Sittirin, ILO consultant for the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) in Thailand, explains how the project is providing support to the country in their shift towards a greener economy.

  6. Innovation pitches from youth mentors

    15 March 2023

    Through iUPSHIFT programme, youth mentors trained by the ILO and UNICEF in Uganda on social entrepreneurship and life skills, developed innovative ideas to improve waste management and sustainable energy production.

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    ILO Director-General – Why we need greater social justice

    20 February 2023

    On World Day of Social Justice, the ILO’s Director-General, Gilbert F Houngbo, explained why policymakers must prioritize social justice or risk fueling poverty, inequality and social unrest, as well as undermining action against climate change.

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    Career guidance in challenging times: An investment in the future

    16 February 2023

    A host of disruptive trends – public health crises, accelerated automation, digitalization, and climate change – are buffeting the world of work, requiring new kinds of skills and re-skilling in labour markets. Career guidance is now more important than ever for recovery plans and forward-looking strategies for helping workers stay employed, and enterprises stay competitive.

  9. The Global Accelerator: What it is and what it does in the future of work

    12 January 2023

    In the face or multiple global challenges, the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions has been launched to increase coordination of the multilateral system’s efforts to help countries create 400 million decent jobs in both developed and emerging economies, and to extend social protection to 4 billion people who are currently excluded.

  10. Green jobs and decent work in Ger and nature tourism in Mongolia

    22 September 2022

    In Mongolia, ILO and the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) are supporting green activities in the sector by fostering community-based eco and cultural tourism.