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Articles about Climate Change + Jobs

First Name Last Name Post Date
The Economics of Climate Change Noam Chomsky 04/01/2019
Amazon Delivers Low-Paying Jobs and Dirty Air to California Jess Clarke 09/24/2018
Fresno Residents Choking on Amazon’s Dust Demand Rights Interview with Leo Martinez 09/11/2018
The Amazon You Won’t Hear About at Climate Summit Dania De Ramon 09/06/2018
Governor Brown is Not Green Eric K. Arnold 05/30/2018
Farmworkers—The Basis and Bottom of the Food Chain Minkoff-Zern and Getz 05/27/2018
Ban the Box Jahmese Myres 02/13/2018
Transforming a Movement (1991 Dana Alston 06/06/2017
Interview with Adrienne Maree Brown—Voices of Climate Justice Adrienne Maree Brown 11/18/2016
Paris Agreement is a ‘Dangerous Distraction’ GGJ, CJA & IEN 04/22/2016
Communities Unite to Fight Coal in Oakland Eric K. Arnold 03/22/2016
Clean Power — Our Power Ana Orozco and Molly Greenberg 03/21/2016
Rebecca Solnit on Climate Change Dayton Martindale 03/11/2016
Tech Shuttle Drivers Win Union Contracts Doug Bloch 02/06/2016
Social Justice Unions Claim Deep Roots in Silicon Valley David Bacon 02/05/2016
Connecting Struggles Across Issues and Borders Virali Gokaldas 01/14/2016
People, Power, Policy Kay Cuajunco 09/07/2015
Moving the Money Amy Vanderwarker 09/07/2015
New Majority Confronts Climate Crisis Jess Clarke 03/21/2015
Ecological Revolution Movement Generation 01/08/2015
Arise! Introduction by Jess Clarke Jess Clarke 10/21/2014
Reimagine Everything Grace Lee Boggs 01/30/2014
California to Direct Clean Energy Funds to Low-Income Communities Vien Truong 05/23/2013
Climate Transit Connection Jess Clarke 02/22/2013
Community Organizing Wins Transit Jobs Laura Barrett 02/21/2013
Republic Windows Opens New Era for Coops in Chigago George Lavender 02/21/2013
Good Jobs in Bad Times: Evergreen Worker Coops in Ohio Dan Campbell 02/21/2013
Jeans with Justice Worker Coop in Texas Thrives Decades After Plant Shutdown Viola and Petra Casares and Mata 02/21/2013
Employment Equity in Minneapolis Policy Link 02/21/2013
Social Movement Unionism: Teachers Can Lead the Way Lois Weiner 02/21/2013
Nurses Organize to Defend Patient and Worker Rights Karina Muniz 02/20/2013
Planning for Climate Diaster: Resilient Communities Respond Jeff Conant 02/06/2013
Women Lose Public Sector Jobs as Stimulus Funding Fades Joan Entmacher 01/31/2013
Sailing to Local Hire in San Francisco Joshua Arce 06/14/2012
Ohio Unions Turn Back Attack on Public Workers Dan La Botz 12/16/2011
Restaurants and Race Saru Jayaraman 05/27/2011
Food Workers—Wages and Race Yvonne Yen Liu 05/27/2011
Undocumented Immigrants Stand up to Chipotle David Bacon 05/27/2011
San Francisco Chinatown Restaurant Workers Fight for Fair Employment Crystal Carter 05/27/2011
Combating Nail Salon Toxics Pauline Bartolone 05/27/2011
Class, Race, and the Attacks on Public Employees Mazher Ali 05/27/2011
The Fire Last Time 05/27/2011
Outsourcing Global Warming Solutions Jeff Conant 05/25/2011
Timber Companies Stand to Benefit from CARB Regulations Mark Schapiro and Sarah Terry-Cobo 05/25/2011
CJ Resources 05/25/2011
The San Francisco PUC: Working for the Community Juliet Ellis 02/04/2011
Right Wing Ballot Strategies Hit Cities Cohen and Baxamusa 02/04/2011
Introduction: Catalyst or Catastrophe? B. Jesse Clarke 01/18/2011
Young Activists Revitalize EJ Movement Irene and Virali Florez and Gokaldas 01/14/2011
Transforming the Land-- One Garden at a Time Crystal Carter 01/14/2011
Urban Agriculture in Cuba Mickey and Scott Ellinger and Braley 01/13/2011
Detroiters Find a Way Out of No Way Jose Flores 01/13/2011
"Detroit Shall Burn No More!" Incinerator Fight Heats Up Jeff Conant 01/13/2011
Wanted: Community Jobs Policy For San Francisco 12/14/2010
Structural Racism and Leadership Deborah Meehan 12/07/2010
Federal Raids Against Immigrants on the Rise David Bacon 12/07/2010
Expanding Domestic Workers Rights from New York to California Beatriz Herrera 12/07/2010
Domestic Workers: “Organizing with Love” Rinku Sen 12/07/2010
Women Re-energize the Movement: Panel Discussion Hernandez 10/15/2010
Carbon Fundamentalism vs. Climate Justice Gopal Dayaneni 12/02/2009
Race Poverty & the Environment Climate Justice Speakers Bureau 12/02/2009
U.S. Climate Bill Stalls Real Change in Climate Policy Daphne Wysham 11/30/2009
Resilient Cities: Building Community Control Movement Generation 11/30/2009
The Second Green Revolution Clifton Ross 11/30/2009
Oakland Coalition Charts New Course on Climate Strategy Al Weinrub 11/29/2009
San Francisco’s Climate Plan Wade Crowfoot 11/28/2009
Urban Food Co-op Tackles Economic Empowerment Dana Harvey 11/20/2009
Chevron in Richmond Ellen Choy 11/20/2009
National Council of Churches Calls for Climate Action Cassandra Carmichael 11/19/2009
Lisa Gray Garcia, a.k.a. Tiny—Voices of Climate Justice Lisa, a.k.a. Tiny Gray-Garcia 11/19/2009
SB 375 and Racism Kisasi Brooks 11/19/2009
Voices of Climate Justice 11/19/2009
Unnatural Commodities: Who Owns Nature? Rachel Smolker 11/18/2009
Central Valley Water Woes By Amy Vanderwarker Amy Vanderwarker 11/18/2009
Reinventing Food Systems Marty Fujita 11/18/2009
AB32: Energy Retrofits Tara Marchant 11/18/2009
A Trust Fund for California’s Poor Communities Evelyn Marcelina Rangel-Medina 11/18/2009
Sustainable Planning under SB 375 Urban Habitat 11/18/2009
Planning for Climate Change Rebecca Carter 11/18/2009
Federal Transportation Act Francisca Porchas 11/18/2009
The Case for Holistic Economic Transformation Michelle Mascarenhas-Swan 11/18/2009
Youth Group Shuts Down Toxic Waste Facility Vu-Bang Nguyen 11/18/2009
Climate Change Could Bring Toxic Deluge to Bayview Carol Harvey 11/18/2009
Incinerators in Delhi Threaten Waste-Pickers Daphne Wysham 11/18/2009
Closing Bayview-Hunters Point Power Plants Joshua Arce 11/18/2009
Manufacturing Affordable Housing Kathryn Goulding 11/16/2009
Green Jobs Platform for Solar Energy Sheila Davis 11/13/2009
War, Climate, and Women Maryam Roberts 11/13/2009
Mililani Trask: Indigenous Views Mililani Trask 11/13/2009
Just Climate Policy —Just Racial Policy Andrew J. Hoerner 11/13/2009
Ensuring a Clean Energy Economy for All Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins 11/13/2009
Youth in Action: Greening Hip Hop Eric Arnold 11/13/2009
Carmen Rojas—Voices of Climate Justice Carmen Rojas 11/12/2009
Table of Contents— Climate Change: Catalyst or Catastrophe? Race, Poverty & the Environment 08/27/2009
Resources on Climate Change Race, Poverty & the Environment 08/27/2009
Rights, Not Raids Bill Ong Hing and David Bacon 05/20/2009
From the Director's Desk 05/20/2009
Everyone Has the Right to... From the Editor B. Jesse Clarke 05/20/2009
Rights Roundtable 03/19/2009
The Race and Gender Wealth Gap 12/17/2008
Clean and Safe Ports: Building a Movement, Region by Region Martha Matsuoka 12/12/2008
Working Families Organize Regionally Leslie Moody 12/12/2008
Race, Regionalism, and the Future of Organized Labor 12/12/2008
Industrial Land Preservation: Key to Green Jobs Growth Margot Lederer Prado 04/24/2008
New Orleans Black Diaspora: Will the Residents Come Back? Beverley Wright 04/23/2008
Training for Choice in the Workplace 11/16/2007
Resources 03/14/2007
Work Work Work Margot Pepper 03/14/2007
One Million Good Jobs 03/14/2007
Painting Boston Schools for a Fair Wage 03/14/2007
Green Jobs Corps in Oakland 03/14/2007
Health Industry Jobs Help Build Healthy Economy 03/14/2007
Growing Local Food into Quality Green Jobs in Agriculture Kirsten Schwind 03/14/2007
Sewing Alliances: Anti-Sweatshop Activism in the United States 03/14/2007
Sweatshops on Wheels: Union-Community Coalition Takes Aim at Port Trucking 03/14/2007
No Justice, No Growth: How L.A. Makes Developers Create Decent Jobs 03/14/2007
The Workplace Project 03/14/2007
Worker Centers 03/14/2007
Home Is Where the Work Is: The Color of Domestic Labor Preeti Shekar 03/14/2007
From Welfare to Low-Wage Work Bill Berkowitz 03/14/2007
Racism in United States Welfare Policy Linda Burnham 03/14/2007
Toxic Sentence: Captive Labor and Electronic Waste 03/14/2007
Paving the Road Out of Poverty 03/14/2007
Flint Howard Zinn 03/07/2007
Black and Brown: The United Colors of Low-Wage Workers 03/07/2007
The Poor People's Campaign Terry Messman 03/07/2007
Blacks and Immigrants: More Allies Than Adversaries 03/07/2007
RP&E Release Party, March 14, 2007, 6-8 p.m. 03/01/2007
Rising from Below: Immigrant Workers Open New Organizing Fronts 02/28/2007
Healthy Jobs for All: What Will It Take? 02/28/2007
Are Bad Jobs Good for Poor People? The Wal-Mart Question 02/28/2007
Fastest Growing Jobs: Are You Handy with Bedpans and Brooms? Barbara Ehrenreich 02/28/2007
The Economic Crisis Ahead 02/28/2007
The Great Corporate Job Scam: Money for Nothing 02/28/2007
The Fight for Quality Jobs: Our Battle Against Neoliberalism 02/28/2007
Debunking False Solutions Sasha Lilley 08/11/2006
Want Environmental Justice? Fire Your Boss 08/11/2006
We Make the Path by Walking Clifton Ross 08/11/2006
Green Landscapes in Washington D.C Dawn Gifford 08/11/2006
Green Jobs Cleaning Brownfields Preeti Shekar 08/11/2006
The Berkeley Model: Less Waste - More Jobs Martin Bourque 08/11/2006
Clean and Green Co-op Margi Clarke 08/11/2006
Green Collar Jobs Raquel Pinderhughes 08/10/2006
About this issue Ben Jesse Clarke 08/04/2006
Contaminated Contracting in Post-Katrina New Orleans Rita J. King 08/04/2006
Overcoming Structural Racism Maya Wiley 08/04/2006
Climate Justice for Black New Orleans Eric Mann 08/04/2006
Youth Organize for Planetary Survival Jihan Gearon 08/04/2006
Toward a Just Climate Policy J.Andrew Hoerner 08/04/2006
Indigenous Power: A New Energy Economy Winona LaDuke 08/04/2006
Climate Justice (Getting Ready for Change) Race, Poverty & the Environment 08/04/2006
The New Face of Agriculture Anuradha Mittal 10/18/2005