Spanish green jobs study is back
After a quite few months, Dr. Gabriel Caldaza's Spanish green jobs study is back in the news.
Thu, Sep 24 2009 at 2:00 PM
In March, I first wrote about a Spanish study that claims green jobs funding will cut 2.2 traditional jobs for every green jobs it creates. When I first discussed the study, I had no clue that I would write about it over, and over again. It has been several months since my last post on the topic and it the Spanish green jobs study is seeing a surge in media coverage, again.
Among Altman’s 9 Inconvenient Truths are the fact that both the U.S. and Spanish governments have trashed the survey, Caldaza has ties to Exxon Mobil and global warming science denial conferences, and the Spanish green jobs study conclusions are in contradiction with the country’s own clean energy job data.
Altman’s closing sentiment on his blog
sums up my view on the topic:
“Generally I admire people who don’t give up. But I admire them a lot more when the facts are on their side.”
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