Climate Change

01 November 2021 02:24

Video: Decent jobs are the backbone of clean construction

 

As the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference gets underway in Glasgow, Scotland, the Building and Woodworkers’ International (BWI), representing 12 million workers worldwide, calls for a just transition to a greener and cleaner economy that is fully committed to decent jobs, workers’ retooling and social protection, and gender equality. Read more...


13 May 2021 09:35

Representing 12 million workers from 367 trade unions located in 116 countries, the Building and Woodworkers International (BWI) endorsed the C40’s “Clean Construction Declaration” and the commitment made by mayors of pioneering cities around the world to ensure resource-efficient, resilient and decarbonised buildings and infrastructure.Read more...


18 April 2021 11:28

Climate Change (GS Report 2021)Read more...


08 April 2021 13:13

BWI General Secretary Ambet Yuson on 7 April joined a debate on green buildings and decent jobs organised by C40, a network of the world’s megacities working on climate change, and Bloxhub, a Nordic hub for sustainable urbanization.
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15 March 2019 15:59

BWI Youth Voices Against Climate Change: Jorge Hernandez SilvaRead more...


22 November 2016 03:48

Amidst considerable global uncertainty, COP22 focused on implementation and finance issues such as the Adaptation Fund and the principle national approach to climate change, Nationally Determined Contributions. Read more...