Maine Climate Jobs Report
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Cha, J. Mijin; Moskowitz, Hunter; Phillips, Mathew; Skinner, Lara R.
This report outlines these intersecting crises and then offers a series of “climate jobs” recommendations for Maine – a set of bold, science-based recommendations that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution at scale, create thousands of high-quality jobs, and build more resilient, equitable communities in Maine. Considering Maine’s current labor and employment landscape, as well as its climate and energy profile, these recommendations identify very concrete, jobs-driven strategies that can put Maine on the path to building an equitable, clean energy economy that will tackle the climate crisis and improve working and living conditions for all Mainers. Importantly, these recommendations can be tested at the city and county level and then scaled to the state level based on their demonstrated effectiveness.
ILR Worker Institute
climate jobs; Maine; clean energy economy
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