The Trump administration is taking action to deeply weaken America’s world-leading fuel economy and vehicle greenhouse gas standards. That action is bad for workers and the economy.
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The U.S. Senate passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a legislative package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that includes added accountability for taxpayer funds that would go to companies; bolsters unemployment compensation; and directs urgently needed help to hospitals, schools, and millions of Americans, among other provisions.
The BlueGreen Alliance and Third Way, in partnership with ClimateWorks, invite you to participate in a one-day summit that will explore Buy Clean as a policy solution to one of the most vexing climate issues we face—the carbon loophole.
In yet another attack on the longstanding and broadly agreed upon framework of clean car regulation, the Trump administration is shortly expected to move to revoke California’s authority to set vehicle emissions standards more protective than the federal government.
Labor and environmental organizations today celebrated the passage of AB5, which codifies into law protections for workers often misclassified by companies as independent contractors, by California’s legislature.
The priorities are intended to help Congress craft a comprehensive package that will repair and modernize the nation’s infrastructure in a way that will support the creation of high-quality jobs, reduce the emissions driving climate change, and make our communities more resilient.
As a coalition of the nation’s largest labor unions and environmental groups, collectively representing millions of members and supporters, we write to urge you to swiftly move forward an ambitious plan to rebuild and transform America’s infrastructure. If done right, such a plan will boost our economy and create millions of jobs, while simultaneously reducing pollution, combating climate change, and strengthening our communities.
Clean Buildings for Washington Act and Bill to Move State to 100 Percent Carbon-Free Energy Signed Into Law in Olympia
The transition to a clean, equitable economy that works for everyone starts in California, as recent efforts across the state show.
Our coalition has endorsed Substitute HB 1257, the Clean Buildings for Washington Act, because we believe it helps promote our shared priorities to create a clean and fair economy.
The BlueGreen Alliance’s Deputy Director Michael Williams today testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Environment and Climate Change at a hearing entitled, “Time for Action: Addressing the Environmental and Economic Effects of Climate Change.”
California requires everyone from hair stylists and food handlers to doctors and lawyers to hold occupational credentials to work in California. But when it comes to the complex work of revamping homes and buildings to reduce wasted energy, anything goes… at least until a month ago.