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But What About Jobs?

By Judi Bari, Fall 1996

When Redwood National Park was created in the 1970's, the loggers and millworkers in this region still had unions to represent them. Those unions negotiated an agreement in which displaced timber workers were paid two thirds of their wages for the next six years, to give them a chance to re-train or re-locate and find a new job.

Green Unionism

What is Green Unionism? - The following documents, categorized by author, offer a variety of opinions from various writers that we believe help establish a general understanding of class struggle environmental unionism. Many though by no means all of them, have been members of the IWW at one time or another. These authors approach the subject from a variety of directions, including anarchist, syndicalist, libertarian-socialist, Marxist, social ecologist, deep ecologist, and more.

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