Join our monthly Green Jobs Report for a regular update on how the ongoing health and economic environment is impacting the workplace and the role that green jobs and a green new deal can play in helping to rebuild stronger, more resilient, more inclusive economies.
This month, we’ll explore the following questions:
Is democracy durable long term?
What are the risks to society and to investors?
Can green jobs support the forces for democracy, including higher wages for more citizens?
We’ll be joined by our regular Green Jobs team:
Dr. Fadhel Kaboub, Associate Professor of Economics at Denison University, and President of the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity
Amir Khaleghi, PhD candidate in Economics, University of Missouri at Kansas City
as well as your regular co-hosts Paul Herman (HIP Investor) and Nigel Lake (Pottinger).
As always, this episode will be live and interactive, with a particular focus on practical actions that businesses, governments and individuals can take — and the economic and ecological benefits of doing so.