Indigenous Communities Lack Access to Growing Green Economy

Indigenous Communities Lack Access to Growing Green Economy

by Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer As the nation moves past President Biden’s first 100 days, hopes are that the green energy future can begin to take shape more tangibly.  Yet despite the green jobs promises of the American Jobs Plan, some communities still feel cut off from the new green economy. For Indigenous communities, a […]

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Explain It To Me: Green Jobs with Third Way’s John Milko click button

Explain It To Me: Green Jobs with Third Way’s John Milko

We’re launching a new series to help explain a lot of the terms and concepts that are trending right now. We’re in a period of green transitions, investments in infrastructure, EVs, AVs, nature-based solutions, etc, etc. With this series, we want to ask the experts to break these issues down for us and provide a […]

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Biden’s Climate Rhetoric Is A Necessary Roadmap for Democrats

Biden’s Climate Rhetoric Is A Necessary Roadmap for Democrats

by Miro Korenha, co-founder and publisher of Our Daily Planet   When it comes to public policy and diplomacy, the most contentious proposals are often won and lost on the merit of word association. In past decades, the Affordable Care Act was pilloried by the right for its alleged “death panels,” the Iraq War was […]

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On Jobs: Biden vs. Trump

On Jobs: Biden vs. Trump

The climate plan that Joe Biden released this week is ultimately a jobs plan–one that envisions our nation on a sustainable trajectory with abundant jobs provided by the build-out of a clean energy economy. Biden received the endorsement of multiple unions for his plan and seized the opportunity to present a vision of America that […]

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Reimagining Our Greener Cites Post COVID-19

Reimagining Our Greener Cites Post COVID-19

by Zoey Shipley How Cities Will Change in the Future after COVID-19 In densely-populated, car-centric cities around the world, COVID-19 is a nightmare. The virus has been able to spread rapidly and quarantined city dwellers are desperate to enjoy the outdoors–creating added danger by congregating. What’s become most evident is that modern cities are part […]

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Green Jobs Employ 10X As Many Americans as Fossil Fuel Jobs

Green Jobs Employ 10X As Many Americans as Fossil Fuel Jobs

In the United States, the green economy generates $1.3 trillion in annual sales revenue while creating 9.5 million full-time jobs (4% of the working-age population).

However: If Democrats want to win in places that have seen worker layoffs (like Ohio) they have to start talking about these jobs that their vision of the future uniquely supports.

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