Skills for a low-carbon EuropeAbstract

A blueprint for training for a high employment low-carbon economy is emerging.
Global forecasts for the coming decades project a smaller population and slower GDP growth than was expected just a few years ago. However, even these lower rates of change are expected to cause environmental disruption.
High economic costs may potentially result from climate change. More intense and frequent storms, droughts and floods may cause extensive damage to physical capital, for example due to rising sea levels and storm surges in heavily-populated coastal areas...

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