Averting catastrophic climate change and adapting to changes that are now unavoidable must be paramount. World governments are responsible for taking necessary, immediate steps to curb greenhouse gas emissions and minimize the impact of global warming.
America’s Energy Transition: A Case Study in the Past and Present of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s Power Sector ooks back at the Hatfield’s Ferry and Mitchell Power Stations shutdowns in southwestern Pennsylvania
Managing the Employment Impact of Energy Transition in Pennsylvania Coal Country examines the broader southwest Pennsylvania region and looks at four scenarios on how our energy mix will change over time.
At a hearing in Pittsburgh, PA, the BlueGreen Alliance's Regional Program Manger for Pennsylvania Khari Mosley testified in favor of proposed standards to reduce methane emissions from the energy sector.
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.
Members of the BlueGreen Alliance today testified during the EPA’s Pittsburgh hearing, and afterwards held a labor roundtable on proposed standards to reduce methane emissions from the energy sector.
The labor and environmental leaders of the BlueGreen Alliance urged Members of Congress to heed the Pope’s message for action on climate change and to help address income inequality in the U.S. and across the world.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today finalized the Clean Power Plan, which sets the first-ever limits for carbon pollution from existing power plants.
Pope Francis released an encyclical on climate change that focuses on the need to address the issue to protect both people and our planet.