Education, Skills and Learning

These are the skills young people will need for the green jobs of the future

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Victoria Masterson

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The green economy will need young people with a range of different skills. Image: GEO-6 for Youth, UN Environment Programme

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A more sustainable fashion industry would offer a range of different job types. Image: GEO-6 for Youth, UN Environment Programme

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