By addressing climate change and getting the systems we rely on prepared for climate change, we can create good jobs for workers, make our systems more efficient and reduce pollution, and protect our families and communities.
The Obama administration announced an ambitious goal of reducing methane emissions up to 45 percent by 2025. Achieving the administration’s goal could save the natural gas equivalent to 33 million tons of carbon pollution per year.
The BlueGreen Alliance's California Director JB Tengco applauded California Governor Jerry Brown's call to come together and tackle California’s longstanding infrastructure challenges in the State of the State address.
Before the President Obama delivers his State of the Union address, the BlueGreen Alliance is putting forward five priorities for 2015 to create quality, family-sustaining jobs and protect the environment.
Climate Works for All: A Platform for Reducing Emissions, Protecting Our Communities, and Creating Good Jobs for New Yorkers is an eye-opening report about the potential for creating good jobs making New York City more sustainable and resilient.