Measuring Social & Employment Impacts of NDC policies using Green Jobs Assessment Model (GJAM) in Tunisia
GWS was assigned to develop a national model for evaluating green jobs in Tunisia, following the methodology described in the ILO training guidebook on “How to measure and model social and employment outcomes of climate and sustainable development policies”. The Green Jobs Assessment Model (GJAM) will be used to quantify the environmental, economic, social and employment impacts of NDC policies at sector level that are posed by the Tunisian government.
A comparative analysis of the key policy scenarios will identify those policies that maximize the benefits and minimize the losses in terms of e.g., employment. The results of the assessment, and its connected multi-stakeholder dialogue process at country level, will guide evidence-based NDC policymaking and support a just transition.
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