Government talks up brown coal jobs

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Government talks up brown coal jobs

This week, the White House released a memo saying that coal will be an “essential component” in the president’s economic st카지노imulus package for the long term.

“Clean energy jobs will create a billion-dollar wind industry. With a global demand for electricity at a record level, and abundant natural gas in play, this is the kind of innovation that will create nearly four hundred thousand jobs,” read the memo, titled “Energy Jobs at Home and Work.”


Trump’s plan, however, has raised concerns that jobs could remain on the table if Obama’s plan doesn’t include more green energy. According to a report from the Washington Institute for슬롯 사이트 Near East Policy, the White House and EPA are expected to meet on Thursday to present a plan on greening the energy economy by 2022.

But what about the jobs potential that Obama’s plan did offer in its opening statement? According to the report, “there is no sign that the EPA is exploring that as a possible component of this president’s stimulus package.”

If there are enough jobs on the table at this roundtable, it’s likely only because of the low rates of unemployment we’ve seen in recent years — something the Obama administration did address in a report and in its economic stimulus effort that came out earlier this year.

Trump’s plan would also include expanding access to clean energy and helping small businesses gain access to federal research funding and loan guarantees.

There are, of course, other possibilities for getting the job market to focus on green jobs for American workers.

First, though, the Obama administration’s stimulus package — the first to really work with green energy — did include a lot of green jobs, according to the report, especially for small businesses.

If those small businesses were able to attract green workers with the right traini김해안마ng and support, the Obama administration reports, then the number of people connected to green jobs would rise by another 25 percent.