The turning point in the effort to ensure safe workplaces for refinery workers happened four years ago in Richmond, California. A pipe carrying fuel oil ruptured and released flammable vapors that ignited into a massive fireball. By sheer luck alone, 18 workers lived to tell the tale.
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Welcome to The Ally—the BlueGreen Alliance’s monthly newsletter!
The BlueGreen Alliance’s Executive Director Kim Glas speaks out on the the European Parliament’s ratification of the Paris Climate Agreement that pushes it past the 55 countries needed to enter into force.
BlueGreen Alliance statement on the House passage of the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2016. The House WRDA bill includes a provision authorizing direct funding for the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
On September 26, the BlueGreen Alliance submitted written comments on the Midterm Evaluation Draft Technical Assessment Report for Model Year 2022–2025 Light Duty Vehicle GHG Emissions and CAFE Standards. We believe these standards are working, delivering deep energy security and greenhouse gas reduction gains while at the same time spurring the job growth and economic recovery America needs.
BlueGreen Alliance statement urging Congress to include aid for Flint, Michigan, in the Continuing Resolution (CR), which is expected to be voted on by the Senate this week and must be passed by October 1 to avoid a government shutdown.
Pennsylvania leaders gathered at the state capitol to highlight a new report from the BlueGreen Alliance that shows the job creating potential in the U.S. of reducing methane emissions in the oil and gas sector.
Ohio Leaders highlighted national job growth potential from reducing methane pollution from new and modified sources in the oil and gas industry.
Ground-breaking report shows recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards for new and modified sources of methane emissions can stimulate and support quality, family-sustaining jobs, protect workers from dangerous chemicals, and combat climate change.
This report finds that full and continuing adoption of leak reducing technologies and practices at new and modified oil and gas facilities would suggest creation of over 50,000 jobs over a decade.
Here is Kim Glas’ statement on the advancement of the Coal Miners Protection Act by the Senate Finance Committee today.