Leaders from the Greater West Central Wisconsin Area Labor Council, Milwaukee Area Labor Council, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 494, and Eau Claire-based solar company Solar Forma today joined together to call for investments by Congress to create family-sustaining jobs at an event hosted by Wisconsin Environment and moderated by the BlueGreen Alliance.
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This report offers a unique contribution to the debates surrounding the role of high-quality jobs and domestic manufacturing in the EV transition. The industry forecasts and analyses herein show that, if structured appropriately, domestic manufacturing goals in the form of a domestic assembly Buy America policy would not be detrimental to state environmental goals.
The U.S. House of Representatives today passed several bills that invest in our transportation and water infrastructure. The INVEST in America Act (H.R. 3684) commits $715 billion towards upgrading our transportation infrastructure, while reauthorizing underlying federal programs and shaping them to serve the needs of all Americans.
When it comes to buildings, the American Jobs Plan charts a strong path forward by highlighting the key areas within the buildings sector that can make a significant impact in addressing all three intersecting crises: climate change, racial inequality and economic equality.
The economic and environmental success of the nationwide transition to cleaner vehicles hinge on the extent to which decision-makers prioritize domestic EV manufacturing and good jobs as a part of a robust EV policy agenda, and a broader clean transportation agenda.
EVs are on their way to dominating the worldwide passenger vehicle market, representing an important stride toward national and global climate goals. But what will this mean for workers and communities here in the U.S.? That depends on decisions Congress and the Administration make today.
In a letter to President Joe Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, leaders from the BlueGreen Alliance urged them to seize this window of opportunity and pass bold legislation and commensurate investment that builds on the American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan, conditioned on high-road labor, equity, and environmental standards.
Healthy ecosystems are a key component in building resilient communities that can adapt to the impacts of climate change. Coastal ecosystems and healthy dunes, wetlands, and forests shield people and property from sea-level rise and severe storms and flooding and provide benefits for wildlife and water quality.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) today released an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The ETS applies only to healthcare workers and was released alongside updated general industry guidance.
Our country deserves world-class transportation options, and such investment will pay dividends in jobs, access to opportunity, economic growth, and savings of time to be with our loved ones. We need an infrastructure bill that will match the scope of our aspirations and needs as a country, so that we will not continue to fall behind. We can choose to build top-flight transportation systems, and the AJP is a strong blueprint to do so.
The White House today released its report and recommendations following the 100-day supply chain review called for in President Joe Biden’s Executive Order on America’s Supply Chains. The review assessed the domestic supply chains for advanced batteries, critical minerals, semiconductors, and pharmaceuticals.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics today released its monthly employment report, which showed the U.S. economy gained 559,000 jobs in the month of May. The report also indicated that the nation has lost over 700,000 jobs in the manufacturing and construction sectors since February 2020.