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Leading with Equity and Justice in the Clean Energy Transition


By Ruth Ann Norton, Catherine Klinger, Jamal Lewis and Noah Goldmann

The authors outline strategies to advance a just transition to clean energy in residential buildings, with a focus on advancing racial and health equity and strategies that address the legacy of intentional disinvestment in Black and Brown communities. Several federal programs that are key to a just and equitable clean energy transition are highlighted, including DOE’s Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), HUD’s Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes (OLHCHH), HHS’s Low-Income Heating and Energy Assistance Prorgram (LIHEAP), and a federally administered Clean Energy Accelerator.


Ruth Ann Norton, Green & Healthy Homes Initiative

Catherine Klinger, Green & Healthy Homes Initiative

Jamal Lewis, Green & Healthy Homes Initiative

Noah Goldmann, Syracuse University

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