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Going green will only take hold if it matters to everyone. And “green” will only work if through going green we create opportunities to make a decent living while mitigating the human impact on global climate change, cleaning up our environment and creating real value in the process. This transition will not happen overnight. Nor will this transition be without bumps and curves along the way, because change is not always easy.
Two sectors frequently mentioned in the press as going green are the energy and building industries. These are certainly very important green growth areas. Green jobs, though, can and are being created in many other industries such as manufacturing, information technology, food production, banking and finance, transportation, healthcare, pharma and bio-tech, waste processing and water to name a few. In addition, there are opportunities in education, consulting, and media and communications.
We all have a stake in going green, in the environmental and economic benefits that will accrue to people and to communities.
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