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27.11.2014Grenoble bans advertising – a Green campaign success

A Green Mayor in France is standing up to the privatisation of public space by banning advertising. 
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10.11.2014Cleaning Day in Finland: sustainable consumption and a sense of community

Siivouspäivä, which in Finnish language means ‘cleaning day’, is a day when flea markets and recycling spots take over the city streets. It turns the cities and neighborhoods into vivid secondhand flea markets.
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20.05.2014Le Mans and the Pays de la Loire, France: Jobs for workers from declining industries

A training programme in Le Mans, a city in the Pays de la Loire region in north-western France, helps unemployed youth and workers employed in declining industries, mainly the automotive industry and its supply chain, to transfer their skills to new jobs in the wind energy sector. 
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20.05.2014London, United Kingdom:Local Communities for green skills and jobs

The green sector in the UK is increasingly seen as an important source of growth for the country. In 2011/12, it directly employed nearly a million full-time staff. The sector is expected to create nearly half a million new jobs by 2020.
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19.05.2014Anavra, Greece: Sustainable Local Development for Jobs and Prosperity

The remote mountain village of Anavra in South Eastern Greece has very successfully harnessed the job potential of a green transition.
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19.05.2014Brussels and Wallonia, Belgium: Creating Viable Economies and Local Jobs

Since 2009, Green ministers in two of Belgium’s three Regions, Brussels and Wallonia, have been pushing hard for the development of so-called ‘Employment- Environment’ Alliances in a bid to create green jobs
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19.05.2014Burgenland, Austria: Local, Green Energy and New Jobs

In 1997, the Austrian state of Burgenland set itself the objective of becoming energy- independent by 2050 by generating electricity from locally available renewable sources.
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03.07.2013Amayuelas de Abajo: the eco-friendly return to the Spanish rural areas

Given the difficult social and economic situation in Spain and with a will to build new and sustainable alternatives, many (young) people are returning...
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01.07.2012Enabling one million jobs for people with autism

Specialisterne is a Danish social innovation company providing IT consultancy services, the majority of whose employees are people with autistic spectrum disorder ...
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31.05.2012What is a Green job?

A green job does not necessarily implies renewable energy sector, new technologies, etc. argues Green UK MEP Jean Lambert. It is about reduced impact on the environment, good working conditions and a decent income.
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13.12.2011EKON – green jobs for the disabled, environment and social justice

"Disabled for the Environment EKON" Association enabled hundreds of disabled persons to participate in the labour market on equal basis...
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06.07.2011Graz: first FAIRTRADE-capital in Austria

It began in April 2009 with a council request by Stefan Schneider (Green Party). As a result, the environmental department has been asked...
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05.07.2011Initiative for Social and fair procurement in Austria

The aim of the SO:FAIR initiative is to raise the attention of public purchasers and procurers for products from low-wage countries...
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04.07.2011Faire Beschaffung - Fair Procurement

"Fair procurement" means that tax money is not invested in exploitative working conditions.
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01.01.1970The Region of Navarra, Spain: creating jobs and a resilient economy

In the mid-1980s, 86% of energy in Navarra was not locally produced. But today a region that used to be highly dependent on imported fossil fuels with wildly fluctuating prices has instead become a leader in the generation of renewable energies.
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