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Jobs lost and found in sustainability transitions

Apprehensions about job losses in incumbent industries can hold up sustainability transformations unless policymakers bolster efforts towards job reskilling programmes, argues Marko Hekkert.

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Hekkert, M. Jobs lost and found in sustainability transitions. Nat Sustain 7, 512–513 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-024-01355-1

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