One million climate jobs caravan

May 17, 2012 § Leave a comment

We like people fighting to help tackle climate change. That’s why today on Bloomtrigger’s blog we want to promote the great work of the people who are running the Climate Jobs Caravan organised by the Campaign against Climate Change, based on the Million Climate Jobs report and produced with the assistance of the CWU, PCS, TSSA & UCU trade unions.

The Caravan is composed, in fact, by two caravans which set off simultaneously from London and Edinburgh last Saturday 12th May will be travelling across the UK for nearly 2 weeks. The aim of the Caravan is highlight how creating climate jobs can help us to tackle both the climate and economic crisis.

To learn more about the message of the Caravan watch the video above and to get involved you can sign up the One Million Climate Jobs petition here.

At Bloomtrigger we believe in backing this initiative because we understand that creating new green jobs is one of the best way to tackle climate change. Green energies, forestry conservation, organic farming, carbon markets, clean technologies and I could go on. Thousands of new jobs could be created to help tackle climate change, but the support of the governments around the world is essential. The bloomtrigger project, for its tiny part, is aiming to keep on growing to create a few more new green jobs. If you would like to work for Bloomtrigger why not send us your CV for us to check out.

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