Photo credits to Texas AFL-CIO and New York IBEW Local 3
Welcome to the new CJNRC monthly newsletter. Each month, we’ll share updates and wins from state climate jobs coalitions, timely campaign developments, and relevant press clips. We’re excited to see what 2022 has in store for the climate jobs movement!
  • New York building trades union members are ready to get to work building the state's first offshore wind farm, South Fork Wind! Last month, the project received final approval from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), and construction begins soon.


RHODE ISLAND - Support for the Climate Jobs RI coalition’s Green and Healthy Schools campaign surges as the push for school decarbonization garners support from the State Treasurer and State Senate President.
  • A recent survey of Wisconsin voters found broad support for requiring that in-state workers be employed on renewable energy projects in the state.
  • CJNRC thread about the polls.
  • Watch members of Climate Jobs RI on Labor Vision TV in conversation about the coalition's push to decarbonize public school buildings by shifting them from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources.
  • A union is warning Texas officials not to give Exxon money for carbon capture until it fixes its labor problems.
CJNRC is a labor-led organization that works to combat climate change, create good union jobs, and reverse racial and economic inequality by building a worker-centered renewable economy.
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