The “green” economy really is growing, even if it often appears to be happening a few dozen, federally funded jobs at a time. U.S. EPA chief Lisa Jackson swung through town today to announce that the feds are sending about half a million dollars here to train people for work cleaning up some of the […]
Alderman John Pope, who works on the southeast side, the heart of old industrial Chicago, says he’s interested in attracting green jobs. But not-quite-green jobs sound pretty good too.
State officials say they expect to receive about $280 million in stimulus funds for environmental projects.
Another slow day in the news.
Daley’s environmental commissioner on making business as usual eco-friendly
Mick Dumke’s Washington Post op-ed piece explores the politics of race and recycling.