The BlueGreen Alliance praised the first Middle Class Task Force Meeting in Philadelphia and its focus on green jobs as a pathway to a strong middle class in the United States.
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With Kansas standing to gain more than 11,000 manufacturing jobs in renewable energy, local labor unions, community and farm organizations, and environmental groups came together to form a Kansas chapter of the BlueGreen Alliance.
SEIU and LIUNA announced that they would join the BlueGreen Alliance, a growing labor-environmental partnership to mobilize the nation to transform the U.S. economy by investing in clean energy and other global warming solutions.
The BlueGreen Alliance spotlighted the value of a “green recovery” for the United States at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), December 1-12, in Poznan, Poland.
The BlueGreen Alliance said green jobs were a defining issue in the 2008 elections and that a green recovery should define the future.
In October 2008, leaders from Cincinnati, Hamilton county and local schools discussed the opportunities for clean sustainable economic development.
As the U.S. faces high energy prices and a severe economic crisis, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Communications Workers of America today announced that they would join the BlueGreen Alliance.
Wearing green hardhats, Governor Ted Strickland and Congresswoman Mary Jo Kilroy joined labor, environmental and community leaders to raise a wind turbine on the front lawn of the Statehouse in Columbus.
On September 13, a Madison green jobs rally featured information about job opportunities in the emerging green economy.
Green Jobs for Steel City, September 9 in Pittsburgh, brought together about 130 people to discuss the new report, Green Recovery, which showed that Pennsylvania could gain 86,000 jobs with a rapid green investment in our nation’s economy.
The state of Pennsylvania could gain 86,000 jobs with a rapid investment in the green economy, according to a report released at a Scranton press conference on September 9.
A new report released today shows that the United States can create 2 million jobs over two years by investing in a rapid green economic recovery program.