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  • [New] The American Jobs Plan proposes spending $20 billion on new regional innovation hubs that will unite public and private investment to speed up the development of various energy technologies. / The Atlantic
  • [New] Even worse, by refusing to take meaningful climate action, Australia is missing an opportunity to create 250,000 new jobs in the clean economy and reap a $680 billion dividend from becoming a global renewable energy powerhouse and world-leading exporter of low-emissions technologies. / Climate Council
  • [New] The green economy, in the next 20 years, will create about 60 million new jobs, a significant proportion of which are in the fields of technology and infrastructure. / Observer Research Foundation
  • [New] Manchester hub to lead innovation Plans to make Manchester a European centre for the science and technology sector received a boost yesterday with the announcement of a £1.5 billion investment that will create up to 10,000 jobs. / The Times
  • [New] The biomethane industry could create tens of thousands of jobs, boost energy and food production security, attract investment into the green economy and enhance Britain's competitiveness on the international sustainable technology market. / gasworld
  • [New] Mastercard, based in Purchase, New York, has been planning a new site in Manhattan's Flatiron District for a technology hub that will create almost 500 new jobs in the coming years. / PaymentsSource
  • In June last year, France announced an increase in funding for the CORAC aviation research body including 1.5 billion euros over three years for technology such as hydrogen, rescuing 500 out of 15,000 jobs threatened by an Airbus restructuring. / Reuters
  • The Space Technology Mission Directorate develops transformative, cross-cutting technologies that lead to research and technology breakthroughs to enable NASA's missions and is broadening its focus on cross-cutting space technologies that will support creating good jobs in a growing space industry. / InvestmentWatch
  • Advanced technologies, an aging workforce, and a lack of appeal to the younger workforce are projected to leave millions of jobs unfilled in the United States alone in the next decade. / Ceridian
  • More jobs will be eliminated as a result of technological advancements in the next five years than the number of jobs that will be created. / Default
  • One in three workers believe their jobs will be automated in the next five years; according to the World Economic Forum, leaders will need to reskill over a billion people by 2030 just to keep up with the forces of business and technology disruption, and accelerating job decay. / HRD
  • The UK government has announced a new £166.5 million spending plan designed to accelerate the roll out of green technologies across the UK's energy-intensive industries, predicting the latest phase of its Green Industrial Revolution will help create up to 60,000 jobs. / Corporate Citizenship Briefing
  • The global renewable-energy market is projected to reach nearly $2 billion in the next five years, while LinkedIn research predicts that there will be 150 million new technology jobs worldwide in the next five years. / Atlantic Council
  • New green jobs for women, and investments in sustainable technology and infrastructure, will be critical to ensure environmental sustainability and the survival of the planet. / The European Sting - Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology -
  • Young people across the world say they are worried that new technologies - particularly robotics and artificial intelligence - will eliminate jobs and livelihoods. / Qrius
  • Lawmakers should keep investments to modernize the electricity grid, research and develop new energy technologies, and increase domestic production of clean energy and electric vehicles in the American Jobs Plan. / Climate Power
  • Leicester and Leicestershire will become an international hub of space technology and innovation, creating jobs and prosperity for years to come. / Business Live
  • 76% of Black people could get shut out of 86% of jobs in the next 25 years because of a lack of access to technology. / PaymentsSource
  • The American Jobs Plan calls attention to the need for equitable access to job opportunities for underserved populations, including people with disabilities, and emphasizes the role of the United States in developing and implementing accessible technologies. / U.S. Department of Labor Blog
  • Advancements made in technology can create jobs but its negative impact on the Indian labour market will be far greater. / MyAssignment Help
  • The American Jobs Plan recognizes that a net-zero economy will require significant innovation in and deployment of energy storage technology. / Inside Energy & Environment
  • In reality, accompanied by the appropriate economic policies, a reduction in U.S. arms trading could result in a net increase in jobs, not in job loss. / ugd
  • Boosting investment in digital technologies and climate resilient infrastructure will be key to create jobs for Africa's young and growing workforce. / INTL-FCStone

Last updated: 20 June 2021