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The BlueGreen Alliance, in its Policy on Industrial Energy Efficiency, notes that global competition is pushing America’s manufacturing sector—which supports nearly 12 million jobs and represents $1.8 trillion worth of GDP—to become more energy-efficient.
Water is essential to life and critical for a healthy community, prosperous economy, and clean environment. Our nation’s water infrastructure is vital to the treatment, distribution, and protection of clean drinking water.
This BlueGreen Alliance Apollo Alliance Project, CalCef, UC Berkeley Labor Center report outlines new strategies for uniting public policies and private financing tools to unlock massive home energy savings nationwide.
Analysis from the BlueGreen Alliance auto efficiency standards could create 570,000 jobs (full-time equivalent) throughout the U.S economy, including 50,000 in light-duty vehicle manufacturing (parts and vehicle assembly) by the year 2030.
As world leaders gathered in Rio de Janeiro for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, the BlueGreen Alliance released a policy statement urging participants to take action to realize a just, low-carbon economy.
The BlueGreen Alliance, Natural Resources Defense Council, Teamsters, SEIU, Recycling Works! and the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives today released "More Jobs, Less Pollution" — a report on a 75 national recycling rate.
Policy Statement on Waste Reduction, Reuse and Recycling: A Jobs, Energy Savings and Global Warming Solution
The BlueGreen Alliance (BGA) and its labor and environmental partner organizations strongly support a comprehensive national strategy to address waste reduction, reuse and recycling (including composting).
The BlueGreen Alliance's National Transportation Policy called for building a 21st century transportation infrastructure that creates jobs, reduces our dependence on foreign oil and pollution, and the U.S. remains competitive.
The BlueGreen Alliance released a statement supporting the actions by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to regulate greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act, proposed a series of complementary policies Congress must pass to ensure the U.S.