Développement économique et création d'emplois locaux (LEED)

Presentations and background materials, 9-11 June 2010

 

A capacity building seminar for those involved in designing and putting in place local strategies to respond to the climate change challenges

"Local strategies for greeening jobs and skills"

 

9-11 June 2010, Trento, Italy

 

  

OECD BACKGROUND MATERIAL

Greening jobs and skills: labour market implications of addressing climate changes
by Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, Carlos Hinojosa and Gabriela Miranda, LEED Programme

 

 

'GREEN' Projects Session

This session provided an excellent opportunity to present and discuss projects with colleagues and experts from other countries.

Download the projects description

Session 1

Understanding the impact of climate change on your local labour market

Green growth and labour market outcomes within the Europe 2020 strategy
by Robert Strauss, Head of Unit, Employment Strategy, CSR & Local Development, DG Employment, Social Affairs & Equal Opportunities, EC and Chair, OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Governance

Unpacking the green enigma
by Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, OECD LEED Programme 

The local impact of green growth
by Gabriela Miranda, OECD LEED Programme 

Session 2 

What exactly is a green job and a green skill?

Green jobs.. and the skills needed for them
by Christine Hofmann, Expert, Skills and Employability Development, ILO and Kees Van der Ree, Programme Manager, Sustainable Enterprise Development Programme, ILO

How green is your job?
by Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, OECD LEED Programme

Study visit to Habitech: an energy and environment cluster of over 300 companies, research organisations and public agencies, for a total of 8,000 employees with a turnover of close one billion euro. Habitech focuses on green building, energy and sustainable mobility and provides services for innovation, technical and commercial support for enterprises.

Session 3

Opportunities and threats to diagnose job creation and job transformation opportunities in your locality
by Randall Eberts, President, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, U.S. 

Session 4  

4a Local responses: greening jobs & skills

Case studies:

California by Andrea Baker, Chair, California Workforce Association, U.S.

Sydney by Graham Larcombe, Director, Strategic Economics, Australia

 

4b Local responses: green job creation

Case study:

The case of ‘Eolicas de Portugal’ by Gabriela Prata Dias, CEEETA-ECO Energy Consultancy, Lisbon, Portugal

 

4c Local responses: innovative approaches for traditional industries

Case studies:

Italy: the Peccioli System by Renzo Macelloni, President of Belvedere plc. and former Mayor of Peccioli Municipality and Nadio Delai, President, Ermeneia Studies&Systemic Strategies ltd., Italy

Further reading: Waste & development. The Peccioli System: virtuosity in practice

Systemic Design by Silvia Barbero, Team Coordinator, Politecnico University of Turin, Italy

Session 5

Stimulating green demand

Sustainable Public Procurement
by Isabella Marras, Sustainable Consumption and Production Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, United Nations Environment Programme

Public procurement as a policy tool for environmental sustainability and green jobs
by Martin Gasser, ILO International Training Centre

Environmental and sustainability labelling
by Liazzat Rabbiosi, Sustainable Consumption and Production Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, United Nations Environment Programme

Session 6

Putting it all together: integrating different policy strands and coordinating who does what

Partnerships and environmental issues
by Michael Förschner, Senior Expert, Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), Vienna, Austria

E:job. New energy, new work
by Alois Deutschmann, Chief Executive Officer, move-ment Personal- und Unternehmensberatung GmbH, Austria

Session 7

Conclusions and reflections on next steps: panel discussion
Moderated by Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, OECD LEED Programme

Panel:
Graham Larcombe, Director, Strategic Economics, Australia
Margaret Pearce, Minister-Counsellor for Education and Employment, Delegation of Australia to the OECD
Roland Schneider, Senior Policy Adviser, Trade Union Advisory Committee (TUAC) to the OECD
Kees Van der Ree, Programme Manager, Sustainable Enterprise Development Programme, ILO

 

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