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As coal mines close, displaced miners find work in renewable energy boom

A battery startup in West Virginia and the mineworkers union may have a blueprint for those left behind in the energy transition.
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Minn. will spend $3M IRA grant on climate plan outreach

Minnesota plans to use Inflation Reduction Act funds to study the impacts of emission reductions in disadvantaged communities, expand outreach to tribal and low-income communities, and analyze workforce needs for future climate solutions.

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Green jobs are booming, but there's a big skills gap. Here's how companies can fix it

The demand for green jobs is outpacing the production of green talent. Here's what companies can do to change that, and grow the green economy.
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Saskatoon just transition panel explores link between climate change, workforce

How can the workforce make shifts to address deteriorating effects of climate change by making jobs greener and planning for new ones?

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Futuristic solar plants plagued by glitches, poor training

A hectic pace of development spurred by expiring national and state incentives caused reliability problems at the world's most advanced solar energy plants.
Sorry, conservatives - unions do support the Green New Deal

Sorry, conservatives - unions do support the Green New Deal

Most labor organizers think the plan will save our jobs, not end them.
Much shorter working weeks needed to tackle climate crisis

Much shorter working weeks needed to tackle climate crisis

People across Europe will need to work drastically fewer hours to avoid disastrous climate heating unless there is a radical decarbonising of the economy, according to a study.