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[IWS] WORK AND CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT (free subscription and access)
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WORK AND CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT
The Work and Climate Change Report provides monthly updates on research and new developments in green transition for the economy, the workplace and public policy. The report is a synthesis of relevant news stories, research findings and publications related to the issues of climate change, labour and social struggle. The report takes a global perspective on work and climate change; examining Canadian and International developments.
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