The fast-growing green energy sector is expected to create about one million new jobs in the country over the next two years, offering employment opportunities in diverse areas, say experts.
Increasing environmental awareness, growth of global carbon markets and the rise of green buildings and the like will eventually mean employment opportunities for lawyers, policy writers, carbon finance consultants, business risk analysts, architects and engineers adept in green building norms.
As green jobs exist in all sectors, this means more engineering, more construction and more management jobs.
"These are just a few sectors and jobs out of the hundreds of jobs that will be transformed and created into the future," Kamal Meattle, the Promoter of GreenSpaces and CEO of the Paharpur Business Centre & Software Technology Incubator Park, said.
Monday, 15 August 2011
India may see about 1 mn 'green jobs' by 2013 - Rediff.com Business
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