This issue of the IJLR focuses on the question: Can the jobs
emerging from efforts to support sustainable development be
described as "decent"? The journal presents a series of case
studies demonstrating that this seems to be far from the case.
While these results are not definitive, they should be seen as an
important reminder that "green" employment is not decent by
definition and that, as in any other sector, green jobs require
careful stewardship from public authorities to ensure that workers
are able to exercise their rights. This is especially important
given the central role government policy plays in creating the
enabling conditions for these industries to emerge and thrive.
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