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Sustainable development and the workplace

The Green Initiative

More than 1.2 billion jobs depend on a stable environment and ecosystems. The Green Initiative aims to scale up the ILO’s knowledge, policy response and capacity to manage a just transition toward greener economies and a sustainable future.

A healthy planet is a necessary condition to guarantee decent work, productive enterprises and sustainable livelihoods. 
 
The Green Initiative is also the conduit for actively greening the ILO’s own operations at Headquarters and in the Field, building on the ILO Environmental Sustainability Policy and Management System. The Green Initiative focuses on three areas of critical importance: 

The Green Initiative focuses on three areas of critical importance:
  1. Advance research and understanding of the challenges and opportunities for the world of work arising from a green transition.
  2. Forge policy responses from the world of work in all sectors to ensure decent work and social justice for all.
  3. Build strategic partnerships at national, regional and international levels.

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