In response to the Trump administration’s and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) latest effort to roll back America’s progress in addressing climate change and building a clean economy, the BlueGreen Alliance’s Kim Glas released the following statement:
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In comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Transportation, the BlueGreen Alliance shows how vital keeping strong fuel standards is to sustaining quality jobs in the manufacturing sector.
In Letter to Interior Secretary Zinke, BlueGreen Alliance Supports Maintaining Best Practices that Ensure Responsible Oil and Gas Development on Public Lands.
On September 28, 2017, the BlueGreen Alliance sent a letter to U.S. Interior Secretary Zinke urging him to support reasonable best practices for the oil and gas program on public lands.
Letter on Building a 21st Century Infrastructure for America from a Water Stakeholders’ Perspectives Hearing to the U.S. House Water Resources and Environment Subcommittee of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
Sens. Carper, Duckworth, U.S. Reps. Bustos, Dingell, Labor, Environmental Leaders Release Report Focused on How Getting America’s Infrastructure to a “B” Grade Could Benefit Workers, Environment
Infrastructure Improvements Could Create 14.5 Million Job-Years, Increase GDP By 1.66 Trillion, Reduce Emissions Over Next Decade
At an EPA hearing on fuel economy standards, United Steelworker members and the BlueGreen Alliance urged the agency to keep strong standards for model year 2022-2025 light-duty cars, trucks, and SUVs.
The day before an EPA hearing where they will be testifying in support of strong fuel economy standards, United Steelworkers Local 2 President Jack Hefner and United Steelworkers Local 979 President Dan Boone were joined by Congressman Tim Ryan at an event in Akron.
The BlueGreen Alliance said it’s incumbent upon the president, every elected leader, and every American to unequivocally condemn these hateful ideologies and actions, and to work together to strive toward a strong, prosperous, and equitable nation.”
U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) joined a diverse group of labor, environmental, and civic leaders at a forum in Pittsburgh to discuss how trade policy can be transformed to lift up workers and communities, while protecting the environment.
First responders, workers, and residents who live in the communities surrounding industrial facilities deserve to have these long-overdue rules implemented and strengthened—their health and safety depend on it.