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What is green collar?

Green collar is any kind of employment that involves products or services that are environmentally friendly. Green collar jobs include solar panel installation, weatherizing homes, refining biofuels like biodiesel, manufacturing hybrid cars or photovoltaic cells, building wind turbines or developing renewable energy sources.

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> Learn more about green collar jobs in this article from the New York Times.

This was last updated in September 2008
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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