ALCA submission to the Employment White Paper

ALCA's submission highlights three key themes: • We must prevent environmental collapse if we wish to safeguard our productivity and avoid social and economic regression. • Investment in the green economy – including nature-based solutions to climate change – is an opportunity to grow our sustainable economic output and productivity. • Ensure that the operating environment facing nature sector employers is, at the very least, agnostic rather than discriminatory.
Submission to Employment White Paper

Our submission highlights three key themes:

  • We must prevent environmental collapse if we wish to safeguard our productivity and avoid social and economic regression
  • Investment in the green economy – including nature-based solutions – is an opportunity to grow our sustainable economic output and productivity
  • We must ensure that the operating environment facing nature sector employers is, at the very least, agnostic rather than discriminatory.
 

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