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The Pittsburgh region, a former industrial center, has transformed into a region of innovation with a thriving green economy. In this video, we hear the story of this transformation through the eyes of workers, politicians, and those leading initiatives that are creating a healthy, prosperous, and inclusive green economy. Learn about the green infrastructure, workforce development, land use, and ReEnergize initiatives that help accomplish these goals. More information at gtechstrategies.org or at reenergizepgh.org.
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Kansas City, like many American towns is burdened by pollution from coal-fired power plants, unemployment, and poverty. Faced with bitterly cold winters and scorching summers, the city's residents struggle to keep up with steep energy bills.
This new video shows how Green For All's local partners are helping forge a path to a cleaner, more prosperous future in Kansas City—putting people to work, cleaning up the city's air and water, and cutting energy costs.
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Green Jobs for Buffalo is an innovative initiative to prepare workers to meet this increased demand. The program will provide on-the-job training, employment placement, career pathways, and green business incubation for low-income people and people of color in emerging green sectors of the economy. Green Jobs for Buffalo will achieve triple-bottom-line returns, yielding positive results for people, for the planet, and for profit margins. In other words, it will promote equitable opportunities and benefits, environmental restoration and protection, and economic growth and prosperity. As the local community-based organization PUSH Buffalo (People United for Sustainable Housing) says,going green is not just a lifestyle; it's about survival.
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Green For All has teamed up with the City of Portland and local stakeholders to help implement a cutting-edge green jobs program. Clean Energy Works Portland is a home retrofit effort that will create jobs, reduce pollution, lower energy bills, and expand business opportunities.
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With the help of the Green For All Fellow Selim Sandoval, leaders and service-providers in Marin City are applying for critical federal funding to expand their health clinic following the healthy village model of community development.