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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The Washington State BlueGreen Alliance released their policy principles that highlight what efforts they support to address climate change, create quality jobs, and ensure a just transition for workers impacted by America’s energy transition.
The BlueGreen Alliance of Washington State, a partnership between labor, environmental, and community groups across our state, submitted the following comments on the draft 7th Power and Conservation Plan for consideration.
After the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan was officially published in the Federal Register, the BlueGreen Alliance released the following statement from Executive Director Kim Glas
In California, the BlueGreen Alliance worked with labor unions and environmental organizations to help enact SB 1371, which compels the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) to improve leak identification, repair, and avoidance, as well as better account for the climate change impact of natural gas leaks in the state’s natural gas distribution systems.
What do Boston, New York, Indianapolis and Syracuse all have in common? They’re all cities part of the Environmental Defense Fund’s (EDF) methane leaks interactive data map of where the methane leaks are located in a given city.
The BlueGreen Alliance’s California Director JB Tengco applauded California Governor Jerry Brown’s call to come together and tackle California’s longstanding infrastructure challenges in the State of the State address.
The Apollo Alliance Project of the BlueGreen Alliance Foundation recognized government, business, community, environmental and labor leaders at their annual The Right Stuff Awards Dinner.
A group of labor and environmental leaders today lauded Gov. Jerry Brown’s signing of a bill that will require utilities to address the growing issue of natural gas leaks in distribution pipelines.
A new bill passed by the California State Legislature will require utilities to reduce environmental and public health impacts of methane gas emissions.
Rebuilding and upgrading Washington’s infrastructure gives us a great opportunity to create tens of thousands of family wage union jobs, reduce income inequality, make our economy more efficient and productive, reduce climate-‐disrupting pollution, and protect our communities from severe weather effects caused by climate change. In this report, the BlueGreen Alliance identifies needed investment—some of…
A new report shows Washington State could create or sustain 77,900 jobs by repairing and updating the state’s infrastructure.