Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Why Labor Unions are Going Green

Leigh Stringer interviews Tom Kriger, Provost and VP for Academics for the National Labor College on why the NLC is creating a new Green Workplace Representative Certificate program on The Green Workplace Radio.

The National Labor College is in Silverspring, Maryland and the only accredited college devoted exclusively to training and educating union members, leaders, activists and staff. Turns out... labor is really pro-green, especially when it comes to re-tooling the workforce to be competitive and supporting local green jobs.


Richard said...

I think the NLC will prove to be a pioneer and many other unions will be on board before you know it. I have been trying to get in touch with the NLC for a while to run a profile on them in our Green Building Handbook.

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