Lead poisoning is entirely preventable, yet 535,000 children under the age of six are poisoned by lead in the United States each year. Lead was banned from gasoline starting in 1975, and laws that removed lead from interior house paint and from pipes and solder were enacted in 1978 and 1986 respectively. So, why are we still fighting this battle?
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The BlueGreen Alliance’s Kim Glas reacts to U.S. Senate introduction of the RECLAIM Act.
The BlueGreen Alliance’s Executive Director Kim Glas speaks out on the nomination of Andy Puzder as U.S. Labor Secretary.
The BlueGreen Alliance’s Executive Director Kim Glas reacts to nomination of Scott Pruitt as Environmental Protection Agency Administrator.
The Future Energy Jobs Bill was signed into law in Illinois and it will move the state forward in its efforts to grow clean energy and energy efficiency, while protecting the jobs of workers around the state.
The BlueGreen Alliance’s Executive Director Kim Glas reacts to the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed determination on light-duty vehicle greenhouse gas standards for 2022-2025 .
Illinois Regional Program Manager Dick Breckenridge calls for the state’s General Assembly to pass the Future Energy Jobs Bill to ensure that Illinois keeps pace with other states in the Midwest who are leading the charge to a cleaner energy future for the region.
Donald Trump has given mixed signals when it comes to whether or not the U.S. will stay in the Paris Agreement designed to address climate change at an international level.
The BlueGreen Alliance’s Kim Glas responds to the Obama administration’s newest efforts to combat climate change.
The BlueGreen Alliance Executive Director Kim Glas on the Paris Climate Agreement’s entry into force. The historic agreement entered into force today, three days ahead of the start of the 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 22) in Marrakech, Morocco.
Across the country, companies and workers are building the advanced fuel-efficient vehicles of the future. These are not just our cars, SUVs and pickup trucks, but also “medium- and heavy-duty” vehicles–everything from super-duty pickups, work vehicles, and buses, to delivery trucks and long haul semis/tractor-trailers that move America’s packages and goods. Broad-based innovation across the industry has been essential to rebuilding a strong, globally competitive domestic transportation supply chain—and the manufacturing jobs that go with it.
The Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing (ATVM) loan program is growing quality jobs around the country.