Report of the Select Committee on the Green Economy
Assembly member Pedro Nava conducted a series of informational briefings that included participation from numerous "green" businesses, local governments, state agencies (including the Energy Commission), researchers, and educational institutions in order to share ideas, identify barriers, and encourage investment and job creation to grow the green economy.
Employment Development Department's Digest of Green Reports and Studies
EDD has put together an extensive list of report and studies on the green economy and workforce development. Check it out!
Employment Development Department's "Understanding the Green Economy"
Several states and many local organizations are working collaboratively to better understand and promote the effects of clean and green technology on our economy. EDD has put together a collection of information from those efforts.
EDD's Labor Market Information Division's California Green Economy Survey
EDD's Labor Market Information Division conducted a study of California's green economy particularly with interest towards understanding the nature of the green economy, the number of green jobs, and the effects of environmental policy initiatives on the growth of industries in the state.
EDD Labor Market Information's California Green Transportation Job Report
EDD's Labor Market Information Division put together a report with a special focus on the clean transportation job market which includes production, storage, and transportation of renewable fuels; green transportation manufacturing, distribution, installation and maintenance; and sustainable fuel feedstock production and extraction.
California Community Colleges Economic and Workforce Development Center of Excellence' s Index of Studies and Research
The Centers of Excellence are conducting a statewide effort to study the workforce needs of emerging and evolving green industries and occupations.
Green For All's List of Reports and Research Studies on Green Jobs and Green Economy
Green for All has also put together a list of reports and research related to green-collar jobs.
Next 10's 2010 California Green Innovation Index
This third edition of the California Green Innovation Index tracks California's history of policy and technology innovation and the resulting economic and environmental gains or losses.
California Public Utilities Commission's California Workforce Education & Training Needs Assessment
This CPUC commissioned this report by UC Berkeley's Don Vial Center which offers the states first comprehensive analysis of the job impacts from Californias energy efficiency policies and workforce preparation in affected occupations.
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