The BlueGreen Alliance called on the U.S. to stake out a clear leadership role at the 19th Conference of the Parties (COP19) at the United Nations Convention Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey. We must now take action to prepare our infrastructure for the impacts of climate change.
Tell Congress you want to improve our infrastructure systems so we can reduce pollution, create good jobs for workers, and keep our communities safe.
Registration is now open for the Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference—February 10-11, 2014 in Washington, D.C. Sign up today.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics unveiled the November employment situation, showing the economy added 203,000 jobs, and the unemployment rate fell to a five-year low of 7 percent.
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The Blue Green Alliance and our environmental and union members call for investments to fix America's pipeline systems. That and more in the Green Jobs Source for Monday, December 9.
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President Obama ups the federal renewable energy goal to 20 percent by 2020. That and more in the Green Jobs Source for Friday, December 6.
The BlueGreen Alliance announced a proposal to finance the transition costs for America’s workers and their communities as the country moves toward cleaner energy.
The transition to a clean economy will involve significant economic shifts in how we consume electrical power. This transition can either be a tool that helps to rebuild America, or it can be a disruptive force.
In support of workers locked out by FirstEnergy at the Penelec utility in Pennsylvania, the BlueGreen Alliance’s Executive Director David Foster released a statement.
Twenty-nine years ago this week, almost 3,800 were killed from a toxic gas leak from a pesticide plant in Bhopal, India. Communities the world over remain exposed to the threat of chemical disaster just like the community of Bhopal was many years ago.
Attacks continue on Ohio's clean energy and energy efficiency law. That and more in the Green Jobs Source for Wednesday, December 4.
U.S. manufacturing rebounds to 2.5 year high. That and more in the Green Jobs Source for Monday, December 2.
Sub-national actions are those undertaken by cities, states, and groups of states. They can be interconnected, or they can be solitary efforts. Regardless, we should recognize their importance.
The BlueGreen Alliance recently joined a diverse coalition of more than 100 organizations to release a national poll showing that American voters strongly support new federal requirements to prevent disasters at facilities that store hazardous chemicals.
The BlueGreen Alliance recently released a report showing 119,300 jobs could be created in Michigan the right infrastructure investments were done.