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Keystone XL opponents need a jobs program

[by Brendan Smith and Jeremy Brecher; crossposted with Grist] Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline are taking a well-deserved victory lap. The Obama administration’s decision to reject TransCanada’s pipeline proposal “” at least for now “”...

Labor and Environment: Next Steps for Dialogue

[by Jeremy Brecher and Brendan Smith] What does the future hold for the relationship between environmentalism and organized labor? Judging from the highly-publicized controversy over the Keystone XL pipeline, America might appear to be entering a new era of conflict...

LNS Applauds Obama Administration’s Keystone Decision

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Labor Network For Sustainability is deeply encouraged by the Obama Administration’s decision to oppose the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. According to LNS Executive Director Joe Uehlein, “It’s an encouraging...

The 99 Percent Organize Themselves

“Occupy Wall Street” is inspiring a broad movement for the interests of the “99 percent” against domination of our country and the world by corporate greed.  That movement is challenging the sacrifice of the common interests of ordinary people...
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