A persistent public-private partnership is needed to accelerate the development of renewable energy technologies that match the urgency of combating climate change. @ASEZco joins @BritishCouncil and @NufficGD on their Going Global Partnership to share knowledge and innovation and advocate for green projects and green skills development. (Shared on ASEZ social media platforms)
To share knowledge, and innovation and advocate for green projects and green skills development. – The why of our work; business (sustainability) case for the green economy, the inclusion of communities, just transition in action from cradle to college/ career approach (new skills in water and waste management, RE and re-skilling of legacy skills -welders and mechanical fitters needed for Green hydrogen, energy efficiency, care economy opportunities)
To enhance understanding and insight into the current potential for a green economy in each of the participating countries, and how the skills required can be developed. Each country/ region representative is to highlight existing educational and socio-economic, re-skilling, and inclusive design nature of civic/ educational initiatives – ASEZ & stakeholders to sketch the current scenario according to the same criteria – where are the collaboration, skills, and knowledge opportunities, what are the lessons learned?
To connect as a continent and consider how we can work together as partners to achieve green goals,
To showcase South African good practices in the green economy – – Green Star rating and inclusion of indigenous groups, placemaking, IES Community Sector Network, Green Ambassador activities – Green Dialogues, social infrastructure projects,s and collaboration/ partnership with higher educational institutions To explore opportunities for collaboration between vocational sector and employment – National Business Institute Installation Repair and Maintenance project,