Washington State Governor Jay Inslee announced at COP26 in Glasgow the formation of a new regional task force to reduce embodied carbon in construction materials. In order to ensure our state leads this important work, the BlueGreen Alliance looks forward to engaging with the Governor’s office to advance these policies here at home. Washington is well-positioned to meet the growing demand for low-carbon materials and create a new generation of high-road manufacturing careers.
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The White House and Congressional leaders today announced an agreement has been reached on a budget reconciliation framework that includes significant investments in manufacturing, clean energy, and the care economy.
Recent reporting on the potential Build Back Better deal has indicated that investments in America’s industrial sector to reduce emissions will be included in the package.
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As the U.S. takes necessary steps to both promote an economic recovery and mitigate climate change, two efforts must advance hand in hand: supporting domestic manufacturing and reducing emissions from the industrial sector.
New polling released today by the BlueGreen Alliance showed voters in the Midwest vigorously support making rebuilding and retooling the American manufacturing sector a critical component of recovery efforts by Congress or the Biden administration.
New polling released today by the BlueGreen Alliance showed voters in the Midwest vigorously support making rebuilding and retooling the American manufacturing sector a critical component of recovery efforts by Congress or the Biden administration. Hart Research conducted the poll of 1,500 registered voters in Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin from November 17-23.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration today released their plan to roll back the nation’s successful vehicle fuel economy and emissions standards. The current standards have spurred innovation and investment across the nation’s automotive and manufacturing sectors and are helping create and preserve jobs across America.
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