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Sierra Magazine, May 1, 2020
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Black American bus drivers at risk

“This pandemic has made it really clear we aren’t prepared for this crisis, just as we aren’t prepared for the climate crisis,” Miranda Nelson, NY director, said.

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Take to the digital streets for Earth Day

If there was ever a time to come together to turn the tide on an economy that puts profits over people and the planet, it is now.

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Illinois

Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA)

This state bill would commit Illinois to 100 percent clean energy. The bill includes our signature good jobs and equity policy.

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What the pundits are missing this Super Tuesday

The sad truth is that the punditry has all but ignored climate change and the related impacts on our economy during the primary, shirking grassroots calls for a climate debate to instead pose just a handful of insufficient, muddled climate questions.

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Waste Today, January 23, 2020
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LA Sanitation commits to 100 percent electric fleet by 2035

LA Sanitation becomes the first municipality to commit to all-electric fleets.

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Illinois

Chicago Ready for 100

Chicago is transitioning to 100 percent clean, renewable energy by 2030 -- to get there, the city has also planned to create good jobs.

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Column: Let’s electrify public buses without throwing workers under the bus

A large-scale transition to electric buses is a logical way to meet these emissions targets and clean our air. Now it’s time to get serious about making that transition work for everyone.

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New report: Clean air and good jobs are achievable if cities and states plan for it

As policymakers and communities struggle with questions about how to clean our air and protect and create new jobs, a respected scientist from Jobs to Move America released a new report today, “Transforming Transit, Realizing Opportunity” that shows how those