In his testimony, Walsh spoke about the need to rebuild a more just, sustainable economy after the Covid-19 crisis.
He concluded with, “If we do it right, we can improve the health, safety, and resilience of workers and communities in the face of crises like the pandemic or climate disasters. We can reduce pollution, including the emissions driving climate change. We can create and maintain quality, family-sustaining jobs and launch an economic recovery that delivers a stronger, cleaner, and more equitable society for the long run.”
Click the link below to read his full testimony.