Green For All accomplished so much in its first 12 months! We are honored to share it with you here in the form of our first annual report.
Want to learn exactly how we are realizing the dream of an inclusive green economy? Want to know just what the “four pillars” of Green For All’s work are? Want to be among the first to read about initiatives like the Green For All Academy, the Capital Access Program, the Community of Practice and the Green-Collar Cities Program? Then this is the report for you.
We hope you are inspired by our work and join us to do even more in 2009. Together we can create a green wave that can lift all boats.
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Across the country—in the media; in boardrooms, think tanks, and community organizations; in local and state government; in Congress and on the campaign trail—people are talking about the economic promise of clean energy. Greener Pathways: Jobs and Workforce Development in the Clean Energy Economy puts jobs at the heart of this animated national conversation. This report talks about the kind and quality of jobs in the clean energy economy; the skills needed to fill these jobs; and how existing businesses and their workers—especially those in the beleaguered industrial heartland—can move to the center of the clean energy economy.
Greener Pathways details current economic and workforce development opportunities in three leading industries: energy efficiency, wind, and biofuels. The report also examines federal resources that can support state green jobs initiatives, and concludes by outlining a plan of action for state policymakers.
Greener Pathways: Jobs and Workforce Development in the Clean Energy Economy. By Sarah White and Jason Walsh. Center on Wisconsin Strategy, The Workforce Alliance, The Apollo Alliance. 2008.