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The coronavirus pandemic set in motion a shift to remote and hybrid work that is quietly reshaping American economics and demographics.
Leaders from the United Mine Workers of America and next-gen battery manufacturer SPARKZ discuss a new economic development partnership in West Virginia.
The region, one of the poorest in the country, is full of modest, unprotected homes and decaying infrastructure. Some residents say they won't return.
An Ohio State team has interviewed miners, power plant employees, and community members.
The Biden-Harris administration recently released final guidance for eligible states and the Navajo Nation on how to apply for the first $725 million in funding available for reclaiming.
We have an open call for both grants and direct technical assistance to help organizations develop federal applications for efforts to advance equitable and inclusive transition.
The Navajo Nation and Arizona Public Service established a Just Transition agreement to provide money for the Navajo Nation over 10 years to help address the effects of the closure of power plants. Key aspects of the agreement are now subject to approval by the corporation commission.
The JTF is the only national philanthropic initiative focused solely on coal community economic transition, advancing solutions that are equitable, inclusive, and low carbon.
The Just Transition Fund is excited to announce that we are growing our team! As the director of special projects, Natalie Roper will oversee our work related to broadband and remote work and the development of a new community of practice. As the director of development, Brian Sewell will serve as fundraising co-strategist, primary donor relationship manager, and leader of day-to-day fundraising activities.