Our future workforce - circular economy - Creating shared prosperity for the region’s workforce through the circular economy especially for South and West Auckland
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The RSLG supports the workforce to identify the critical green skills required for Tāmaki Makaurau to develop a sustainable and circular economy model supported by its workforce.
The RSLG supports a large-scale endeavour like the Eco Park to create green economy workforce opportunities in South Auckland, especially for the Māori and Pacific workforce.
The RSLG advocates working with industry to support workforce upskilling for green skills and prepare the workforce for the green transition owing to climate change impacts.
The RSLG promotes a worker-enabling and responsive public transport system where workers across Auckland are able to reach their workplace efficiencies using public transport, especially reaching those areas of concentrated high employment.
The RSLG will work closely with Tātaki Auckland Unlimited and Climate Connect Aotearoa to understand climate–related risks and opportunities (R&O) that can help us prepare the workforce for the transition. This includes building a better understanding of the changes required for the workforce to respond to climate change, identifying the skills associated with these changes, preparing the workforce to adapt to these changes and attracting appropriately skilled workers to Auckland from outside our region.
Tātaki Auckland Unlimited and Climate Connect Aotearoa are guided by Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Plan, to embed equity, te ao Māori, and a strong rangatahi voice in our climate response. The RSLG will work with Tātaki Auckland Unlimited and Climate Connect Aotearoa on how we can support workforce enablement for this work.
To enable the region to identify the critical green skills required for Tāmaki Makaurau to develop a sustainable and circular economy model supported by its workforce through initiatives such as Climate Connect Aotearoa.
To support workforce upskilling for green skills in collaboration with industry and prepare the workforce for the green transition owing to climate change impacts.
To ensure successful delivery of climate change and workforce programmes in south and west Auckland
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