SparksArticlesNew tool from Green New Deal: how many green jobs in your area
New tool from Green New Deal: how many green jobs in your area
New tool from the Green New Deal UK team highlights the potential to create new green jobs in your local constituency.
How many green jobs could be created in your constituency? This new tool from the Green New Deal team can tell you, and help you lobby your local MP to put them in place.
Green New Deal are highlighting the jobs lost during the Covid-19 pandemic, and calling for the government to replace lost jobs by creating jobs in green transport, home retrofit, and renewable energy – tackling climate change, reducing unemployment, and supporting local communities all at the same time.
Their new tool shows you the potential for green jobs in your local constituency. You’re then able to create a graphic to share with your community and your local MP, to call on them to act on this potential.
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