Initiatives from around the world will gather at this annual meeting organized by the EU to share their experiences of sustainable work within a circular economy model.
With the slogan “Green Jobs for a Greener Future” the EU Green Week will start on 29th May. Every year there is a debate on European environmental policy, which is increasingly oriented towards the development of a circular economy model that will allow for the maintenance of the value of products, materials and resources to reduce minimum generation of waste.
The current focus on European policies is generating significant changes in the European economy including the labor market. And this will be spoken of. About the creation of new jobs through business initiatives that are developing new sustainable business models, expanding their markets and adapting innovative solutions for an efficient use of resources.
According to EU Green Week sources, despite the economic crisis of recent years, the environmental goods and services sector has created new jobs. There is a growing real demand for innovative skills that requires skilled and qualified people, thus becoming another important issue to address: demand for new types of “green skills” in different european professional sectors.