UN Looking to Triple Renewable Energy: What This Means for the Job Outlook

“After the boom of coal in the last decade, the 21st century is now the century of renewable energy.” These are the words of Greenpeace Climate Policy Analyst Martin Kaiser following research on renewable energy released this spring by the United Nations. The UN concluded that clean power plants and nuclear stations need to triple their output for the world to avoid the negative effects of global warming. What’s the latest word on demand for renewable energy and what does it mean for the industry’s upcoming employment outlook? A $17 Trillion Investment As reported by the UN, more than $17 trillion in investment [...]