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Strong unions, sustainable transport

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2015

Canada climate jobs: A dialogue between government and trade unions

Public transport reduces emissions: 80% less carbon monoxide

£19billion: The cost of creating one million climate jobs in the UK

No jobs on a dead planet: ITUC opening session

26 hours to COP21!

How many hours does it take to get to Paris from Gothenburg by public transport? Ulf Jarnefjord from ITF-affiliate the Swedish Transport Workers’ Union has been finding out as he heads for COP21. 7pm Tuesday Boarding the boat from Gothenburg,… Continue Reading →

Les syndicats des transports à la COP21

Le 5 octobre dernier a eu lieu la Journée d’action pour le climat. 20 syndicats du monde entier y ont participé, et les photos prises lors de cette seront exposées à la COP21 à Paris cette semaine. Les syndicats des… Continue Reading →

Transport unions at COP21

Following the ITF’s climate action day on 5 October where 20 unions from around the world took part, these images will be displayed at COP21 in Paris this week.  ITF transport unions will be speaking at events at in the… Continue Reading →

L’ITF en reportage à la COP21

Alors que les négociations pour un nouvel accord sur le changement climatique sont sur le point de débuter ici à Paris, je vous envoie mon blog en tant que président du Groupe de travail sur le changement climatique de la Fédération internationale des ouvriers du transport (ITF). Tout commentaire est le bienvenu.

ITF reporting from COP21

As the negotiations of a new climate change agreement are just to start here in Paris, I send you my blog as Chair of the Working Group on Climate Change in the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF). Comments are welcome…. Continue Reading →

Trade union climate policy adopted in Uganda

Report by Marie Ende, Union to Union who met with ITF affiliates ATGWU and TGWU in Sweden when they attended the ‘Looking back – looking forward: labour and nature through the lens of life histories and prospective sustainability scenarios‘ conference… Continue Reading →

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