AFL-CIO Invitation: Decarbonizing the Economy

AFL-CIO Invitation:

Decarbonizing the Economy



Clean energy innovation can help us reduce carbon emissions without eliminating heavy industries and hurting working families. Join energy and labor leaders on July 12 at 11 a.m. ET as they discuss pursuing the clean energy transition.




Fighting climate change doesn’t have to come at the expense of good-paying union jobs.


We can reduce carbon emissions and create opportunities for economic revitalization in America’s manufacturing industries. If we use hydrogen and carbon capture technology, we can protect jobs in steel, concrete, petrochemicals, electricity and more.


The Ohio River Valley is a historic corridor for American manufacturing and a perfect location to implement hydrogen and carbon capture technology, because we want to create jobs and opportunities within communities impacted by clean energy transition and environmental degradation.


We’ll be joined by labor and energy leaders like:

  • Richard Trumka, President, AFL-CIO
  • Ernest J. Moniz, President and CEO, Energy Futures Initiative
  • Liz Shuler, Secretary-Treasurer, AFL-CIO
  • Roxanne Brown, International Vice President, United Steelworkers


The science is clear. These innovations aren’t optional. And they don’t require us to sacrifice our livelihoods or living standards. Join us July 12 to find out how.


In Solidarity,








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