GENDER EQUITY & GREEN ECONOMY

Why should Canadians care about gender equity in clean energy employment?

Concerns about climate change and fossil fuel insecurity have ensured that there is currently significant interest in Canada in the technologies and financing for transitioning to clean energy, but far too little attention is being paid to the employment equity implications of such a transition.

By BIPASHA BARUAH, CRYSTAL GAUDET

PUBLISHED : Monday, Aug. 15, 2016 12:00 AM

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