(a) through the Green Initiative, promote further discussion, knowledge and understanding of the implications of climate change for the world of work, particularly for those most affected and vulnerable;
(b) continue with the pilot country application of the Guidelines for a just transition towards environmentally sustainable economies and societies for all with a focus on assisting governments and employers’ and workers’ organizations in developing policies, through social dialogue, to implement their climate change commitments;
(c) promote the ratification of those international labour Conventions and the implementation of those Conventions, Recommendations and resolutions most relevant to the just transition framework towards environmentally sustainable economies and societies for all (as listed in the appendix to the ILO Guidelines), and take into account environmental aspects when elaborating or revising standards;
d) support the creation of full and productive employment and decent work through nationally defined development priorities;
(e) promote collaboration among the ILO and relevant international institutions addressing climate change, with a view to advancing decent work and a just transition for all.