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View Resource Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

The ELCA is a community of faith that shares a passion for making positive changes in the world. Our faith is built around a strong belief in God as made known to us in Jesus Christ. Through worship,...

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View Resource Green-Collar Jobs Overview

Green For All believes green-collar jobs are well-paid, career track jobs that contribute directly to preserving or enhancing environmental quality. If a job improves the environment, but doesn?t p...

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View Resource Uncle Sam's Rusty Toolkit

The advent of the Obama Administration presents an opportunity to reform federal economic development policy using innovations that have been pioneered at the state and local levels. Goods Jobs First...

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View Resource Going Green: The Vital Role of Community Colleges in Building a Sustainable Future and a Green Workforce

As America?s economy transforms itself into a green economy, community colleges ? with their ability to turn on a dime to meet changing market conditions ? will become increasingly important. Ameri...

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View Resource A Short Guide to Setting Up a City Scale Retrofit Program

Buildings represent 38.9% of U.S. primary energy use and 38% of all CO2 emissions in the U.S. Though simple, relatively low-cost measures such as insulation, and lighting upgrades can be done in...

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