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Enhance international cooperation to facilitate access to clean energy research and technology.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Energy Cooperatives: Collectively invest in and manage clean energy projects such as solar or wind farms.

  2. Environmental Advocacy Groups: Raise awareness and advocate for policies that support clean energy research and technology adoption within the community.

  3. Green Business Networks: Bring together local businesses interested in clean energy practices, promoting collaboration and resource-sharing for sustainable development.

  4. Educational Institutions and Research Centers: Local universities, colleges, or research centers may have programs or initiatives focused on clean energy research and technology transfer to the community.

  5. Community Development Corporations: Engage in projects aimed at community revitalization, which may include initiatives to promote clean energy access and sustainability.

  6. Energy Efficiency Organizations: Promote energy efficiency measures at the community level, including the adoption of energy-efficient technologies and practices.

  7. Community Gardens and Sustainability Initiatives: Promote sustainable living practices, including clean energy use, often through community gardens and other local projects.

  8. Youth Environmental Groups: Focus on environmental issues, including clean energy awareness and advocacy among younger community members.

  9. Local Government Sustainability Offices: Some local governments have offices dedicated to sustainability, working on initiatives related to clean energy adoption and resource efficiency.

  10. Neighborhood Associations: May engage in projects that promote clean energy access, such as community solar installations or energy efficiency programs.

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