Multimedia on Green Jobs

  1. UNFCCC Message to the World of Work Summit

    11 June 2015

    Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Christiana Figueres, wishes attendees of the ILO's World of Work Summit success as they discuss how to open up labour opportunities in our global response to the climate challenge.

  2. SCORE China Case Studies: Results achieved through SCORE Training on Cleaner Production

    02 June 2015

    This video shows how two very different Chinese enterprises benefited from the Cleaner Production module of SCORE Training.

  3. Disaster Risk Reduction in Fiji

    13 March 2015

    As the risks posed by climate change become more prevalent, often the people affected the most have the least capacity to adapt to those risks without help. In Fiji, the ILO's Cash for Work programme brought together government, communities and volunteers to help villagers threatened by climate change. The challenge: to move an entire village to higher ground. (Closed captions available)

  4. Disaster Risk Reduction in Fiji

    13 March 2015

    As the risks posed by climate change become more prevalent, often the people affected the most have the least capacity to adapt to those risks without help. In Fiji, the ILO's Cash for Work programme brought together government, communities and volunteers to help villagers threatened by climate change. The challenge: to move an entire village to higher ground. (Closed captions available)

  5. Creating Jobs by Greening Malmö

    29 January 2014

    The changing climate is changing the job market. Around the world, many cities are recognizing that the growing demand for environmentally friendly, energy saving technologies and construction methods is leading to higher demand for "green jobs." The city of Malmö, in Sweden has put the idea into practice, using green jobs to create a new, ecologically sustainable approach to development.

  6. ILO Head: We need to link growth and social development to generate more and better jobs

    12 December 2013

    Zambia's president Sata has stressed the need for the ILO and the Ministry of Labour and Social Security to work together and develop practical strategies for employment creation for the country. With that, ILO's Director-General, Guy Ryder, was on a visit to the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region to launch a Green Jobs project which would see up to 5,000 new jobs created.

  7. The world of work and the environment - national experiences

    26 August 2013

  8. Green jobs by ILO's delegates

    23 August 2013

    Interviews with workers', employer's and governement's representatives at the 102nd International Labour Conference.

  9. Sustainable development, decent work and green jobs

    18 June 2013

    Achieving environmental sustainability and creating decent jobs for all are both urgent challenges. Delegates at the 102nd International Labour Conference are looking at ways of tackling both issues, which are closely linked.

  10. Environmental sustainability is key to the labour market

    14 June 2013

    The International Labour Conference in Geneva at the role of the world of work in preventing further environmental degradation.

  11. Monitoring Climate Change in the Philippines

    31 August 2012

    In the southern Philippines, the lives of farmers and the weather have always been intimately connected. But now, the effects of climate change are making farmers’ livelihoods even more vulnerable. By monitoring severe weather, a project implemented by the International Labour Organization is helping protect farmers from the worst effects of climate change, and insuring those most at risk.