Decarbonization requires a larger workforce, higher technology integration skills
Approximately 18,000 annual job openings indicate solid economic growth. Environmental and Equity progress requires advances in workforce development to decarbonize communities and create economic mobility for their residents.
Three-Part Data Analysis
TESC cultivates regional collaboratives that prioritize workforce initiatives to drive the triple bottom line of Economy, Environment, and Equity
Construction sector provides opportunities, worker scarcity impedes economic growth
Innovative workforce solutions for environmental opportunities and challenges are essential to achieve decarbonization at scale for impacted communities
Poor environmental quality is strongly correlated with economic disadvantage, indicating regional responsibility for social equity in addition to environmental justice