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Climate Jobs Illinois: Union Labor Ready to Get to Work Building Illinois’ Clean Energy Future, Fight Climate Change

2021-09-15T14:34:51+00:00

Labor coalition applauds Gov. Pritzker’s enactment of historic measure putting Illinois on path to carbon-free energy by 2045; sets national precedent for labor standards, equity provisions, climate goals Creates and protects thousands of new union jobs CHICAGO — Labor coalition Climate Jobs Illinois (CJI) signaled it was ready to get its members to work building

Climate Jobs Illinois: Union Labor Ready to Get to Work Building Illinois’ Clean Energy Future, Fight Climate Change2021-09-15T14:34:51+00:00

Climate Jobs Illinois Applauds Senate Passage of Clean Energy Legislation to Create Thousands of Union Jobs, put State on Path to be 100% Carbon Free by 2045

2021-09-13T19:37:45+00:00

Labor coalition urges Gov. Pritzker to sign bill immediately Legislation sets national precedent for labor standards on clean energy projects, expands job and apprenticeships for Black and Latinx communities Springfield, Ill. — Labor coalition Climate Jobs Illinois (CJI) praised the Illinois Senate’s passage of historic legislation to move Illinois to a carbon-free economy by 2045

Climate Jobs Illinois Applauds Senate Passage of Clean Energy Legislation to Create Thousands of Union Jobs, put State on Path to be 100% Carbon Free by 20452021-09-13T19:37:45+00:00

Climate Jobs Illinois Applauds House Passage of Legislation to Put Union Labor to Work Building Illinois’ Clean Energy Future

2021-09-10T02:30:43+00:00

Labor coalition calls on Senate to pass historic measure that would put Illinois on path to 100% carbon free by 2045  Legislation sets national precedent for labor standards on clean energy projects, expands job and apprenticeships for Black and Latinx communities   Springfield, Ill. — Labor coalition Climate Jobs Illinois (CJI) applauded the House of Representatives’ passage

Climate Jobs Illinois Applauds House Passage of Legislation to Put Union Labor to Work Building Illinois’ Clean Energy Future2021-09-10T02:30:43+00:00

Climate Jobs Illinois issued the following statement regarding the proposed amendment on SB 2408

2021-09-09T13:27:46+00:00

Thursday, September 9 “Our coalition has reviewed the proposed amendment and supports the current version of the bill. The legislation sets the strongest clean energy labor standards in the country, requiring project labor agreements on all utility-scale wind and solar projects and sets prevailing wages for non-residential projects. These provisions will raise the standard for

Climate Jobs Illinois issued the following statement regarding the proposed amendment on SB 24082021-09-09T13:27:46+00:00

Statement from Climate Jobs Illinois on Clean Energy Legislation in Recognition of Labor Day

2021-09-03T19:11:13+00:00

Friday, September 3 “Illinois’ labor community has a long, rich history of taking on and winning tough fights in the interests of working men and women, from advocating for safer working conditions to pressing for better wages and benefits that uplift families and provide greater opportunities for future generations. As we celebrate this Labor Day,

Statement from Climate Jobs Illinois on Clean Energy Legislation in Recognition of Labor Day2021-09-03T19:11:13+00:00

Statement from Climate Jobs Illinois on Clean Energy Legislation

2021-09-01T18:49:20+00:00

Wednesday, September 1  “We applaud everyone who has been working around the clock to forge a deal. We are nearly there. Passing a version of this bill out of the Senate last evening is a major step forward for Illinois after multiple failed efforts in previous years to reach even that milestone. We look forward

Statement from Climate Jobs Illinois on Clean Energy Legislation2021-09-01T18:49:20+00:00

Statement of the Climate Jobs Illinois and Path to 100 Coalitions on HB 3666

2021-09-01T18:45:38+00:00

Monday, August 30 Path to 100 Coalition and Climate Jobs Illinois are united in their support for HB 3666, the omnibus energy legislation filed today in the Illinois General Assembly. This legislation will prevent the loss of thousands of Illinois energy jobs in September and is the result of more than two years of debate

Statement of the Climate Jobs Illinois and Path to 100 Coalitions on HB 36662021-09-01T18:45:38+00:00

Stop the stall. Enact a strong pro-climate energy bill for Illinois

2021-08-03T16:53:42+00:00

If Illinois is to move more quickly into a clean energy future, state Senate President Don Harmon and House Speaker Chris Welch must make it happen. Promptly. A comprehensive energy bill in the Legislature that would ensure Illinois is doing its part to combat manmade climate change is stalled in a showdown between labor

Stop the stall. Enact a strong pro-climate energy bill for Illinois2021-08-03T16:53:42+00:00

Organized Labor Declares Impasse With Environmental Groups Over Clean Energy Overhaul

2021-08-03T16:52:11+00:00

A coalition of influential labor unions says negotiations with environmental groups over a massive new clean energy proposal have reached impasse, and is asking Gov. JB Pritzker and lawmakers to step back into talks to broker a compromise. The impasse declaration comes just days after nuclear giant Exelon doubled down on its threat to

Organized Labor Declares Impasse With Environmental Groups Over Clean Energy Overhaul2021-08-03T16:52:11+00:00

TALKS FIZZLE ON ENERGY BILL — OBAMA STILL GETS PARK PUSHBACK — LESLIE BLUHM’s WHITE HOUSE NOD

2021-08-03T16:49:38+00:00

Happy Tuesday, Illinois. While former Gov. Rod Blagojevich holds a presser about getting his reputation back, former Gov. Jim Edgar was sharing insight in his executive leadership training program. You can learn a lot from both. Negotiations around the clean energy bill that stalled in the General Assembly earlier this year have completely broken

TALKS FIZZLE ON ENERGY BILL — OBAMA STILL GETS PARK PUSHBACK — LESLIE BLUHM’s WHITE HOUSE NOD2021-08-03T16:49:38+00:00
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