This publication is part of a toolkit series created by the Clean Power for All Collaborative convened by Green for All. The Clean Power for All Collaborative that includes People’s Action Institute, Center for Community Change, Clean Energy Works, Green For All, National Housing Trust, Natural Resources Defense Council, NextGen Climate America, Sierra Club, State Innovation Exchange, Union of Concerned Scientists and U.S. Climate Action Network. PWF joined the project to help author this chapter on creating good green jobs.
The toolkit provides concrete solutions to state officials and advocates for the effective implementation of the Clean Power Plan (CPP). Each toolkit in the series addresses a set of questions and concerns about equity and fairness, and provides tangible solutions to ensure that the communities hardest hit by poverty and pollution are not overlooked in the development of state plans.
To access the entire toolkit, visit: www.thecleanpowerplan.com