Estonia - Lifelong learning for energy workers - September 30, 2019

Trade unions, employers and the government met to discuss a rescue plan for the Ida-Virumaa region in Estonia. With power plant capacity cut by half, 500 workers have already been made redundant and up to 1,500 jobs could be under threat. According to the President of the Estonian Trade Union Confederation (EAKL), without effective retraining programmes, workers will be the victims of climate policy, globalisation and technological development.

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