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Posted by on Fri, Apr 10, 2015 @ 11:04 AM

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Vice President Joe Biden will receive the Green Jobs Champion award at this year’s Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference. For all the latest conference updates, including pictures and more, follow @gjgjconference on Twitter or www.facebook.com/goodjobsgreenjobs

QUOTE OF THE DAY

“I am confident that we have the guts and the know-how to find solutions that work—making our society more sustainable, while also strengthening our economy. To do this, however, we need leaders who accept the facts and have a plan to solve this crisis,” Climate activist Tom Steyer writes in a Huffington Post blog.

Gag order – A state board in Wisconsin voted 2-1 yesterday in favor of preventing staff at a state agency from discussing climate change while on the job. (Wisconsin State Journal)

Data and more data – The White House unveiled this week 150 new open data sets. One such data set uses Google Earth Street View data to analyzemethane emissions. (Government Technology)

Head on – With the worst of the recession behind us, one of President Obama’s key economic advisors is now focusing on the challenge of climate change. (New York Times)

Most sustainable – Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a plan yesterday to make the city one of the most sustainable in the country by reinventing itself as a more walkable, electric vehicle-friendly city. (New York Times)

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