July / 29 / 2020
To support a sustainable recovery from the pandemic, Latin American and the Caribbean urgently needs to create jobs. Meanwhile, the region faces severe threats from the climate emergency, which could lead to further job losses. A groundbreaking report from the Inter-American Development Bank and the International Labour Organization shows that millions net new jobs can be created in the region by transitioning to a net-zero emission economy by 2030.
Join us to discuss how transformations across sectors such as agriculture and forestry can create jobs, tackle climate change, and support the recovery.
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