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Philippines’ First Virtual Sustainability Career Fair in March 2022
The Philippines is set to host its first-ever virtual sustainability career fair in March 2022. The event aims to connect job seekers with companies that prioritize sustainability and environmental responsibility.
The virtual career fair is a joint effort between the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). The event is part of the government’s efforts to promote sustainable development and create job opportunities in the green economy.
The Philippines is one of the countries most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, such as rising sea levels, extreme weather events, and loss of biodiversity. The government recognizes the urgent need to transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy to mitigate these risks and build resilience.
The virtual sustainability career fair will feature companies from various sectors, including renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, eco-tourism, and waste management. Job seekers can expect to find a range of positions, from entry-level to senior management, in fields such as engineering, finance, marketing, and operations.
The virtual format of the career fair allows for greater accessibility and inclusivity, as job seekers from all over the country can participate without the need for travel or physical attendance. The event will also feature webinars and panel discussions on sustainability topics, providing valuable insights and networking opportunities for attendees.
The DENR and DOLE hope that the virtual sustainability career fair will not only help job seekers find meaningful employment but also encourage companies to adopt sustainable practices and contribute to the country’s sustainable development goals.
The Philippines’ first virtual sustainability career fair is a significant step towards building a green economy and creating a more sustainable future for all. By connecting job seekers with companies that prioritize sustainability, the event can help drive positive change and promote a more environmentally responsible business culture.