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Labor Unions and Environmental Organizations are Teaming Up to STEP UP to Solve Climate Change and Job Inequality.

GREAT NEWS IN A NUTSHELL! The BlueGreen Alliance unites America’s largest labor unions and its most influential environmental organizations to solve today’s environmental challenges in ways that create and maintain quality jobs and build a stronger, fairer economy.

BGAOn the heels of the polarizing “Green New Deal,” the BlueGreen Alliance has released a “Solidarity for Climate Action” plan. The plan is the product of a partnership between 14 organized labor and environmental organizations.

The ultimate goal, according to this partnership’s leaders, is getting the United States to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 in a way that enriches and sustains the American workforce.

“This is the most comprehensive statement brought together by environmentalists and trade unionists, so far, in the United States, Canada, and perhaps Europe,” International United Steelworkers President Leo Gerard said at a recent press conference announcing this venture.

Some of the partners include the United Steelworkers, Sierra Club, Communications Workers of America, Natural Resources Defense Council, Service Employees International Union, National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and Utility Workers Union of America.  Read more here.

This entry was published on July 10, 2019 at 11:02 am. It’s filed under Great News in a Nutshell!, Rama Good News for the Earth and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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