Greening Productivity: Adjusting to Environmental Change (1996)

Final Report of the Task Force on Adjusting to Environmental Change

This report examines the lessons from and makes recommendations on the activities by business and labour in addressing environmental pressures at the workplace and sector levels. The report is a synthesis of case studies done by the CLMPC in three sectors: forestry and forest products; mining; and chemicals. These sectors were identified as facing significant environmental responsibilities. The detailed description of the case studies is available in a background document "Case Studies in Adjustment to Environmental Change".

The report has been prepared by the CLMPC for Human Resources Development Canada. The work has been supervised and guided by a joint business-labour Steering Committee and represents their joint perspective on a range of issues that are likely to assume increasing importance in the future, particularly in how human resource policies are affected.

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