Unions Fight in the States to Make Biden’s Climate Agenda Work for Workers

For labor and environmental groups, the effort has been both unifying and challenging.

“We’re not talking about things like whether an offshore wind port is necessary. We’re talking about what are the labor standards that we’re going to use when we build that port?” said Kathleen Meil, senior director of policy and partnerships at the nonprofit Maine Conservation Voters. “That is a trickier conversation.”

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