In the lead up to the state’s vote on Proposition 23, Latino leaders held a press tele-conference call to urge opposition to measure, which would repeal landmark clean energy jobs and clean air legislation.
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After the release of the California unemployment statistics for September, BlueGreen Alliance Executive Director David Foster said the state could not afford to turn away the good clean energy jobs AB32 will create.
Citing California’s leadership in clean energy investments and the need to solve the state’s job crisis, union leaders, solar energy industry officials, and leading venture capitalists today came together to urge Californians to vote no on Prop 23.
The California Apollo Program is a comprehensive strategy that details how to continue creating good clean energy jobs in California and move the state toward broadly shared economic prosperity, energy security and climate stability.
The BlueGreen Alliance kicked off “The Job’s Not Done Tour” on August 16 in Carson, California and held a national press teleconferences.
A bus tour that highlighted the potential to create good American jobs by passing comprehensive clean energy and climate change legislation in the U.S. Senate stopped in Carson today.
The BlueGreen Alliance launched a nationwide bus tour aimed at urging Senate action on comprehensive clean energy and climate legislation that will create and save millions of jobs.
The Job’s Not Done Tour is a 17-state, 30-stop national bus tour featuring clean energy workers, union members and environmentalists demanding action on clean energy jobs.
A national Renewable Electricity Standard would create thousands of manufacturing jobs at existing firms making parts for wind turbines, solar panels and other clean energy technologies.