Labor Program

Photo by Brooke Anderson. Unions March for Climate Justice

The Sierra Club has a long history of solidarity with the labor movement.  We work with labor because we're stronger together.  We need millions of working families to help us end climate disruption and build a clean energy economy that works for all. 

Young solar workers

About our Labor Program

Learn more about who we are, what we do, and who we work with.
COP 20 protesters 'die,' protesting violence of process and lack of progress, before rising up to fight back.  Photo courtesy of Sierra Student Coalition.

Fighting Together for a Just Democracy, Economy and Climate

The Sierra Club and our partners in labor are building a broad, diverse and powerful movement for economic justice, democracy and environmental sustainability.
Dean Hubbard on labor's participation in the People's Climate March

Labor Program and the People's Climate March

Over 11,000 members of over 80 endorsing unions and worker organizations participated in the People’s Climate March.
Wind Worker

Workers, Communities and the Clean Energy Economy: Working Together for a Future that Works

In advance of the 2014 Good Jobs Green Jobs conference, the Sierra Club released a new report, “Workers, Communities, and th

Labor Program and the Clean Power Plan

The EPA's Clean Power Plan gives us a chance to create good jobs and protect workers and communities as we reduce carbon pollution and ramp up renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Labor Program and Healthy Communities

The Sierra Club is partnering with economic justice organizations in the fight for healthier, more just communities.

Fair and Just Transition from Fossil Fuels to Clean Energy

The Sierra Club is fighting for a fair and just transition to a clean energy economy that works for working people.