Despite the recent economic recession, which confronted Americans with unemployment, stagnant wages, and rising fuel costs, there was one sector that outshone the rest: the clean economy.
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Congressman John Garamendi (D-Fairfield) today joined representatives from the BlueGreen Alliance, PG&E, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, and IBEW 1245 solar energy workers to call for clean energy jobs that can recharge our economy.
Local school officials, state, labor and environmental leaders held a press event at American Canyon High School today to call for state and federal investments to modernize schools.
New report finds recycling 75 percent of the nation’s waste will create nearly 1.5 million jobs by 2030 while significantly reducing pollution, saving water and energy, and building economically strong and healthy communities.
Community, labor and environmental leaders today joined Congressman Sam Farr at the nation’s 10,000th LEED-certified commercial project in order to support President Obama’s American Jobs Act. The Act will create millions of good jobs across America.
Modernizing and greening California’s schools will create thousands of good jobs and improve the educational environment for students, according to California State Superintendent for Public Instruction Tom Torlakson and Carl Pope.
The Apollo Alliance Project of the BlueGreen Alliance presented the Right Stuff Awards to Denise Fairchild, Inaugural President of the Emerald Cities Collaborative and California-based Applied Materials.
The BlueGreen Alliance joined with two dozen labor unions and environmental organizations to release, “Invest in a Prosperous and Healthy America” as part of Green Jobs Advocacy Day in February 2011.
After California voters defeated Proposition 23 on Election Day, the BlueGreen Alliance said that this was a clear victory for clean energy.
Citing the state’s high unemployment rate and the urgent need to make the environment cleaner and safer, Latino labor and environmental leaders today held a press teleconference to call on voters in California to vote no on Proposition 23.
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.
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.