A summary of this year’s activities at Climate Jobs National Resource Center:
As we reflect on the midterm elections, one thing is clear: in cities and states across the country, voters showed up for pro-worker climate action and delivered our elected leaders with a clear mandate to lead on climate action with good union jobs.
But the challenge ahead remains steep. Now more than ever, it’s critical that we do even more to drive a climate jobs agenda throughout the states. That means stepping up our organizing in cities and states to advance worker-centered climate policy, winning deeper climate commitments with labor standards, and implementing federal climate funding under the Inflation Reduction Act in a way that pays off for working families, under-resourced communities, and the planet. Read the full article on Climate Jobs National Resource Center.
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