In the last two decades, the United States has lost 80 percent of its apparel manufacturing jobs, but one New York-based project seeks to change that by creating a space for the design and manufacture of clothing in Brooklyn.
Ralph Cavanagh, Energy Program Co-Director, San Francisco, CA
Southern California Edison Company recycled its one millionth refrigerator yesterday, a significant milestone that also exemplifies a spectacular national energy-savings succ… Continue reading →
Cai Steger, Energy Policy Analyst, New York, Center for Market Innovation
The new Green Jobs study from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS), the most credible and nonpartisan source for this type of data, shows us two things:
First… Continue reading →
Vignesh Gowrishankar, Sustainable Energy Advocate, New York Recently, the National Mining Association (NMA) released a map on its website, highlighting states where manufacturing industries contribute more than 10% of GDP, and where greater than 40% of… Continue reading →