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Demand for green jobs in the UK has risen by nearly a third (32%) in the last 12 months. According to research by LinkedIn, the UK saw a 12% increase in the number of sustainability professionals last year. This is higher than the global average of 7.5% as the impact of climate change becomes more of a priority for businesses around the world.

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      Climate change remains a defining issue of our time and while COVID-19 is all-encompassing at this moment, it’s reassuring to see that the UK is well placed to lead on sustainability with the world-class talent to take us forward.

      European cities are leading the green jobs increase with the UK having the fifth highest concentration of sustainability professionals in the world.

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      The Tories initially promised to cut greenhouse gas emissions to “net-zero” by 2050. Their November 2020 announcement went much farther.

      The Government aims to create 10,000’s of new green jobs. In part these new green jobs are for those unfortunate people who have been made redundant because of the pandemic.

      This green economy stimulus package could also help to “reskill” workers. Reskilling them for green jobs in areas such as insulation upgrades, offshore wind and carbon capture.

      These measures go significantly beyond the Conservative’s manifesto commitment to create two million jobs in clean energy within the next decade.

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