Rebuilding our nation’s energy and water infrastructure is a key component to building a competitive and efficient American economy.
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.
This innovative report shows that repairing America’s infrastructure could create 2.7 million jobs, increase the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by $377 billion,and reduce carbon pollution and other greenhouse gas emissions.
In September 2014, the BlueGreen Alliance profiled the natural gas distribution system of Minnesota and examined efforts to repair leak-prone pipes within the system.
In reaction to the president’s State of the Union speech, the BlueGreen Alliance’s Executive Director Kim Glas released the following statement.
The BlueGreen Alliance urged the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to regulate methane emissions from the oil and gas industry with a full-page ad in the Washington Post.
An innovative report shows that repairing America’s infrastructure could create million jobs across the economy, grow the economy and reduce carbon pollution and other greenhouse gas emissions.