U.S. cities are struggling with aging infrastructure. Ahead of the Paris climate talks, a new report calls on cities worldwide to develop urban development strategies focused on building efficiency, public transit, waste management, & renewable energy.
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.
Safety advocates renew push for safeguarding communities and workplaces and more in the Green Jobs Source for September 29.
On a beautiful summer morning on Minnesota’s Iron Range last week, local union members met with U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan to talk about the need to repair America’s infrastructure systems and make large, industrial energy users in Minnesota more efficient.
Leaders Gather for Iron Range Roundtable Discussion on Repairing Minnesota’s Infrastructure and Improving Industrial Efficiency
A provision in the supplemental budget bill passed this year will allow the Minnesota Department of Commerce to work with manufacturers, health care facilities, and other businesses to help fund energy efficiency projects with low-interest financing.