Sustainability—it’s a characteristic we want to see in energy sources as well as work opportunities. But can clean-energy initiatives and workforce development go hand-in-hand?
We talked with Elena Foshay, Community Energy Program Manager at the Center for Energy and Environment in Minneapolis, about how clean-energy investment and equitable access to economic opportunity can develop together.
Be sure to read Elena’s Clearinghouse article, “Green Jobs: Myth or Pathway out of Poverty?”
Also by Elena Foshay: "An Industry at the Crossroads: Creating Quality Green-Collar Jobs in Energy Efficiency," 44 Clearinghouse Review 282 (Sept.-Oct. 2010)