About environment and competences
The “ecological” or “green” transition has become a key concept in current political debate (e.g. the European Green New Deal in August 2021), following that of “sustainable development” promoted by the Rio Summit of 1992. Whatever the precise term used, it underlines the need to integrate environmental concerns into production, consumption and our ways of living.
If we are to cope with the climate crisis, what types of radical changes in occupations, firms and regional economic systems are to be expected? How will these changes impact workers’ career and firms’ practices, employment structures and work organisation, work routines and training provision? In order to gather together some initial insights into what we know so far, this “In & Around” provides an overview using several types of recent research materials.
- BY Nathalie MONCEL
HIGHLIGHT: ABOUT ENVIRONMENT AND COMPETENCES
- Employment and the ecological transition: what scenarios for the future? Dominique MÉDA
- Identifying and supporting the skills required for the ecological transition, Nathalie MONCEL & Liza BAGHIONI
- What role does education playin environmental concerns?, Magali JAOUL-GRAMMARE & Anne STENGER
- From restructuring to career transitions:a new era of occupational mobility? Damien BROCHIER
- Work, ecology and knowledge: a field of reflection and dispute, Claudia FIGARI
- C-Terre project: meeting skills needs in the context of the ecological transition
- Bilt project: bridging innovation and learning in TVET