The TUC is working with the ETUC to set up a European Green Workplaces Network. We have a year's funding from the European Commission to set up the network, undertake some activities at workplace level and produce a new green reps handbook.
The TUC's Greenworkplace projects are dealing with a whole range of issues at work, from energy saving and recycling initiatives to green travel plans and in the strongest cases setting up new joint environmental committees with management. This is also true of many other trade unions across the EU.
These projects have a huge amount to offer in saving energy and resources, a top priority for the European Commission in 2012.
This first Briefing describes the key aims of the project
The most recent documents available on this subject are:Green Workplaces - a guide for union representatives
This ETUC guide provides advice on good practice from trade union activists across the EU on how to get going on greening their workplaces. It includes excellent examples on energy use, using less resources, recycling and green travel, plus a walkrou...
For the TUC, a shift to a lower carbon economy is not just necessary but inevitable. Although much more needs to be done to reduce the risk of significant climate change this century, the future lies in greening the economy. This Briefing note sets i...
The green delegates for Europe 2020 Steering Group meeting met again on 30-31 May 2012. The draft Guide for union reps now contians a lot of good pracctcie exampels across the EU.
The TUC is working with the ETUC to set up a European Green Workplaces Network. This first Briefing describes the key aims of the project.
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