CleanBC sets a pathway to a cleaner, better future. That means reducing carbon pollution. And using more clean, renewable energy to power our industry, businesses and homes. Building a cleaner future means new opportunities for everyone. Whether it is to produce clean energy, renovate buildings or design new technologies, a cleaner future will help create good jobs, and support generations to come.
As the clean economy grows, new jobs and professions will emerge. We will need new skills for workers across the province so that everyone benefits from a clean BC.
Education and training opportunities need to keep up. And these opportunities need to be open to people in every corner of B.C. That means in rural and remote areas, in Indigenous communities, and in our cities.
We asked for your ideas on how to make the most of these opportunities, and to help us build a better B.C.
For more information, visit the CleanBC Job Readiness engage site.
Feedback was provided through an online discussion. The discussion topics were:
- Brainstorm: What’s a ‘green’ job?
- New opportunities and challenges
- Skilling up for CleanBC
- Driving business growth with CleanBC
November 1 to November 29, 2019
- Total online discussion forum comments: 65
- Total community workshop participants: 136 (Fraser Valley: 25, Vanderhoof: 26, Masset: 12, Nanaimo: 20, Cranbrook: 31, Fort Nelson:22)
Input leads to action:
Your feedback will help us to have a cleaner, better B.C. for generations to come.