Links and Information

ACC is rolling out a host of green initiatives designed to shrink its ecological footprint and increase environmental awareness.

The EDF National Energy Program and the Texas Workforce Commission have produced this guidebook as a resource for job seekers, students, guidance counselors, career advisors, policy makers in Texas.

Listing of Recent Reports on Labor Forecasts for Renewable Energy Industries. Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC), March 17, 2009.

O*NET Resource Center, 2009 (a comprehensive Directory of all the newly-emerging "Green Occupations").

Green Jobs Part 5 (White Paper/May 2009). Economic Modeling Specialists (EMSI).

(Fact Sheet) Wider Opportunities for Women (WOW), July 2009.

U.S. Dept. of Labor - Women's Bureau

The NABCEP is a volunteer board of renewable energy stakeholder representatives.

The IREC has worked aggressively to remove barriers to renewable energy use since 1982.

Established in 1974, the SEIA is the national trade association of solar energy industry.

Veterans Green Jobs provides green jobs education, transition support, and career and enterprise development opportunities for military veterans.

For the past 10 years, Solar Energy International (SEI) has been offering solar pv installation and design training focusing on women.

Formed in March 2006, the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) is a non-profit consortium of electric natural gas and nuclear utilities and their associations.

Van Jones & Apollo Alliance, 2008.

The Hip Hop Caucus Education Fund's mission is to foster civic engagement among young people of color on issues of social and economic justice, human rights, the environment, and international peace, so they can attain increased opportunities for themselves and their communities. We focus on meeting young people where they are, by linking cultural expression with social and political experience. Click Here for information on Successful Women of Color who are revolutionizing Green Business.

American Solar Energy Society, 2007.

A Program to Create Good Jobs and Start Building a Low-Carbon Economy. Center for American Progress & PERI. September, 2008.

Job Quality In The New Green Economy, Feb. 2009. Commissioned by Sierra Club et al

A State-by-State Picture of Occupations That Gain From Green Investments, Pollin & Wicks-Lim, Political Economy Research Institute (PERI). June 2008.

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