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Green Jobs

Inquiry

The Environmental Audit Committee is launching an inquiry into Green Jobs. The inquiry will look at how green jobs can help tackle the expected rise in unemployment due to COVID-19 in a sustainable way. It will also look at the jobs, skills and training needed to achieve the UK’s longer-term climate and environmental ambitions and what planning and work is taking place to meet these requirements.

Read the call for evidence for more information about this inquiry.

Upcoming events

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Past events

Wednesday 9 June 2021
2:30pm Public
Green Jobs - Oral evidence 9 June 2021
2:30pm
  • Rt Hon Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP (Minister of State (Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth) at Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and UK International Champion on Adaptation and Resilience at COP26)
  • Amy Jenkins (Deputy Director, Clean Growth, Green Finance and Sustainable behaviours for Net Zero at Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy)
  • Gillian Keegan MP (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills) at Department for Education)
  • Sinead O’Sullivan (Director, Career Learning, Analysis and Skills Directorate at Department for Education)
  • Rebecca Pow MP (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
  • Jon Boswell (Head of Strategic Funding, Green Finance Division at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
  • Mims Davies MP (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Employment) at Department for Work and Pensions)
  • Jessica Hodgson (Deputy Director for Labour Market Strategy at Department for Work and Pensions)
Virtual meeting
Wednesday 12 May 2021
2:30pm Public
Green Jobs - Oral evidence 12 May 2021
2:30pm
  • Jane Cooper (UK Stakeholder Relations & Regulatory Affairs at Orsted)
  • Dr Adam Read (External Affairs Director at SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK Ltd)
  • Venetia Knight (Head of Employment and Enterprise at Groundwork Greater Manchester at Groundwork)
3:30pm
  • Andrew Mennear (Director, UK Government Affairs at BP)
  • Peter Walters (Head of Environment and Sustainability at Chemical Industries Association)
Virtual meeting
Wednesday 3 March 2021
2:00pm Private
2:30pm Public
Green Jobs - Oral evidence 3 March 2021
2:30pm
  • Ms Charlotte Bonner (National Head of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at Education and Training Foundation (ETF))
  • Mr Iain Patton (Chief Executive Officer at EAUC - The Alliance for Sustainability Leadership in Education)
  • Meg Baker (Director of Education at Students Organising for Sustainability UK (SOS-UK))
  • Graham Petersen (Secretary at Greener Jobs Alliance)
  • Lee Jowett (Fellow at National Association for Environmental Education, and Sustainable Schools Coordinator at Leicester City Council)
3:40pm
  • Samantha Smith (Director at Just Transition Centre)
  • Kevin Bentley (Chair at Local Government Association’s People & Places Board, and Conservative Councillor at Stanway & Pyefleet Division, Colchester, Essex County Council)
  • Richard Kendall (Executive Director at Humber Local Enterprise Partnership)
Virtual meeting
Wednesday 3 February 2021
2:00pm Private
2:30pm Public
Green Jobs - Oral evidence 3 February 2021
2:30pm
  • Libby Peake (Head of Resource Policy at Green Alliance)
  • Luke Murphy (Associate Director for Energy, Climate, Housing and Infrastructure at Institute for Public Policy Research)
  • Mike Hemsley (Team Leader, Carbon Budgets at Climate Change Committee)
3:30pm
  • Sue Ferns (Deputy General Secretary at Trades Union Congress (TUC))
  • Josie Fraser (Deputy Vice Chancellor at Open University, and Skills & Education Panel member at Institution of Engineering and Technology)
  • Mr Martin Baxter (Director of Policy and External Affairs and Deputy CEO at Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment)
Virtual meeting

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