Our public dollars are the most powerful tool we wield to shape a better, healthier, just future. Which is why transparency and accountability around how we spend our public dollars is critical. Over the past twenty years, more governments have
Illinois is poised to pass comprehensive energy legislation in the upcoming 2021 session. Our Illinois team is organizing with environmental and labor coalitions to propose worker-centered policies that would ensure an equitable transition to 100% clean energy and transition the state's public vehicle fleets.
We need to transition to a clean economy that runs on renewable energy with good union jobs at its core.
How can inclusive procurement help create a fairer economy and healthier environment? Find out in our "Power of Inclusive Procurement" -- filled with tips and suggestions for how to bring inclusive procurement to your community.
We start from one core belief: that public goods should create the most public good. In practice, this means that the billions of public dollars our government spends every year to invest in public goods like transit, infrastructure, education, and
Chicago is transitioning to 100 percent clean, renewable energy by 2030 -- to get there, the city has also planned to create good jobs.
We’re advocating for a good jobs and equity policy at the nation's largest transportation agency: New York's MTA.
CTA will be the second transit agency nationally and the largest agency to apply our signature good jobs policy, the USEP, to its major procurements.
Through economic modeling and dozens of interviews, this report offers policy recommendations to enable agencies to center community health, climate solutions, and good job creation in their transition to electric buses.
The ElectrifyNY coalition pushed the largest transit agency in the country to commit to electrifying its entire bus fleet.