Trade Unions Going Green: Environmental Issues in the World of Work

Trade unions going green : Environmental issues in the world of work / Dr. Salomé Teuteberg. - Johannesburg ; Cape Town : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Trade Union Competence Centre for Sub-Saharan Africa ; Labour Research Service, June 2021. - 31 Seiten = 770 KB, PDF-File. -

Electronic ed.: Johannesburg : FES, 2022

ISBN 978-0-620-97093-8

The booklet will help to put unions in a position to engage in dialogue for sustainable development policies, while representing the interests and needs of workers.

The purpose of this booklet is twofold: to inform workers and workers’ organisations about the potential of a ‘just transition’, and also to provide practical information on how to ensure this for workers. The transition to a more climate-friendly world is unavoidable, and workers’ voices must be heard.

The booklet will help unions understand issues such as occupational health and safety, water pollution control, and reforestation, as well as provide simple tips for including these demands in collective bargaining.

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Trade unions going green

Teuteberg, Salomé

Trade unions going green

Environmental issues in the world of work
Johannesburg, 2022

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