1. The Shift in the Job Market
The general job market will experience the first significant change. There are many locations where these resources may be mined under an energy system depending on fossil fuels (mines, shafts, lumber camps, etc.). As a result, the majority of individuals work in the transportation or extraction industries. It goes without saying that both of these fields employ a predominately male workforce and are hazardous and toxic.
Most jobs associated with the transition to a sustainable energy economy will be maintenance-focused, which might lead to improvements in all of these fields. Pollution levels will decrease. Both locally and in case of more jobs in general, there will be an increase in employment. In fact, a study found that 700,000 employment could easily replace 500,000 jobs in the fuel industry. This is a large surplus that would undoubtedly have an impact on every conceivable level. Additionally, there will be a significant reduction in overall risk.