This report by the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) shows a rapid investment in six global warming strategies will create nearly 2 million jobs in two years.
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In September, the BlueGreen Alliance brought together local leaders in the Lehigh Valley to discuss the future of green jobs.
The New Apollo Program will accelerate the development of the nation’s vast clean energy resources and move us toward energy security, climate stability, and economic prosperity.
In August 2008, Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz joined the BlueGreen Alliance in kicking off the Clean Energy Bus Tour of Philadelphia.
In August 2008, the BlueGreen Alliance organized a bus tour of clean energy solutions at work in Bucks County.
As the unemployment rate reached a four-year high, and after Congress failed this week to extend essential renewable energy tax credits, the BlueGreen Alliance said today that the U.S. is missing an enormous opportunity to create middle-class green jobs.
On August 8, labor and environmental advocates came together for a Clean Energy and Global Solutions Tour in Pittsburgh.
Labor and environmental leaders rallied last July at St. Paul College to call on Gov. Tim Pawlenty to create and implement a plan to create green jobs for Minnesota.
The BlueGreen Alliance today welcomed former Vice President Al Gore’s challenge to build a new energy economy, saying that investments in renewable energy alternatives will help to create middle-class green jobs in the United States.
This report, released in June 2008, examined 12 states and the people employed in occupations affected by six green economic strategies: building retrofitting, mass transit, energy-efficient automobiles, wind power, solar power and cellulosic biofuels.
Increasing investment in the “green” economy could produce tens of thousands of new Ohio manufacturing jobs in the coming years. That was the consensus of more than 75 people who attended a town hall Wednesday night hosted by USW, BGA and the We Campaign.
Increasing investment in the “green” economy could produce tens of thousands of new Wisconsin manufacturing jobs in the coming years. That was the consensus of more than 60 people who attended a town hall Tuesday night hosted by USW, and sponsored by BGA, along with former Vice President Al Gore’s We Campaign.