Spaniards and international unions call for green jobs pact. Madrid, 21 jul () .- The unions spaniards and Confederacin represented in the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) argued today at the Ministry of the Environment for a fair transicin to economic growth and sustainable green new deal, or "green deal".
The sector, according to agreed representatives of Environment CCOO and UGT, may generate up to half-million new jobs by 2020 and advocated designacin 2 percent of GDP, darkfall online gold, to the creation No green jobs and the emergence of a fee for the "clean development".
Convened by the Minister Rosa Aguilar, president of the Council since February of Management Program of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the maximums representatives of CCOO, UGT and ESC of Sustainlabour In addition, foundations No international sustainable development, analyzed the development of key sectors committed to the Economic, eve isk, protection of the environment.
"There's the Economic sustainability without environmental sustainability," said the press secretary of State CLIMATE CHANGE, Teresa Ribera, after the meeting.
Bank stressed the importance of "close relationships with social agencies to develop models that integrate natural capital in new industrial projects sustainable."
He emphasized the need to address any changes warranties of social peace.
The reunin, according to the Ministry, "has helped to analyze the labor, eve online isk, dimensin an economy shift towards low carbon and the role of workers and unions in the way haca Ro + 20 ".
Secretary of Environment CES, Judith Kirton-Darling, he said, for his part, concerning the situation in Greece, that "the Decision Policy How to correct" models of development may be initiated and green sustainable fund financed previsin Europe brings to every country of the euro zone, such that can be applied to other economists committed in southern Europe, he said.
Segna Kirton-Darling, of the 20,000 million already allocated to Greece, 16,000 have been "frozen" by not having the required standard cofinanciacin for execution of the fund, which, he insisted, capital may be the first development of green jobs.
This proposal, he said, also was presented today in Brussels.