“I truly, truly think that the green economy is an opportunity…When you look at greening infrastructure…truly transitioning our entire economy, you have incredible job opportunity…(including) for our business to be thinking ahead.”
A mere hours after being sworn in as president, President Joe Biden immediately rejoined the Paris Climate Accord with the stroke of his pen. Tracy Raczek, former Climate Advisor to the UN Secretary General, believes signing the Accord can be a job-creator in the U.S.
Listen to Tracy explain why and much more in this fascinating interview on Green Connections Radio podcast with host Joan Michelson.
- Why the UN Paris Accord can create U.S. jobs.
- What the U.S. needs to do to make the Paris Accord work.
- The critical role of transparency and disclosures.
- Why women play a critical role in the success of climate change mitigation.
- Insightful career advice
“There’s always a million things you can do, so you’ve just got to figure out the alignment between your skills and…your big goal way up ahead.” Tracy Raczek on Green Connections Radio.
Read Joan’s Forbes article about Tracy’s ideas too.
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