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Labor Leading on Climate Initiative

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The Labor Leading on Climate Initiative advances knowledge, policies, and practices to enhance the role of labor and working people in addressing the environmental and climate crises.

Educational Resources

CLIMATE CHANGE Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

People have lots of questions about climate change and how it affects working people. This helps answer some of the most frequent questions people have.
Infographic on Climate Change Frequently Asked Questions
CLIMATE CHANGE Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Carbon-Free Schools

Public schools are essential to healthy, thriving communities. By making schools carbon-free, we can create union jobs and improve quality of life for students and their neighborhoods.
Carbon-Free Schools Flyer
Carbon-Free Schools

Climate Change Basics

Do you want to learn more about climate change, but you’re not sure where to start? This flyer gives you the basics.
Climate Change Basic Information
Climate Change Basics

Tips for Talking to Coworkers about Climate Change

Talking to coworkers about climate change isn’t so different from talking to them about any other workplace issue. Here are some tips for how to approach a conversation about the climate and green energy
Tips for Talking to Coworkers about Climate Change
Tips for Talking to Coworkers about Climate Change

Climate Change is a Labor Issue

Climate change will affect workers in their communities and in their workplaces. This document gives some reasons why unions are taking on climate change as a labor issue.
Climate Change is a Labor Issue
Climate Change is a Labor Issue