Urging Clean Energy and Justice for Tribal Nations
Summary: American Resilience Project is in the latest op-ed in GreenBiz on how accelerating just energy transitions is right for the environment and economy, and how tribal communities can help lead the way.
During the 20th century, coal was a cheap and reliable source of electricity. Today it’s relatively expensive and highly polluting. The shift to cleaner, less expensive renewable energy is rapidly underway, and it’s happening faster than anyone expected. Our nation’s task now is to manage that transition in a just and sustainable way so that people living in "coal country," who made sacrifices to build our economy, are not left behind. Read the GreenBiz article here.« Prev Next »