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How can fossil fuel producers balance demand with an urgent need for change?

FILE --Steam rises from the coal-fired power plant near wind turbines Niederaussem, Germany, as the sun rises on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022. (AP Photo/Michael Probst),file)

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How can fossil fuel producers balance demand with an urgent need for change?

FILE --Steam rises from the coal-fired power plant near wind turbines Niederaussem, Germany, as the sun rises on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022. (AP Photo/Michael Probst),file)

Michael Probst/AP

Why so little progress on green jobs in Illinois?

Communities and businesses that were excited by the state’s climate initiatives say they’re still waiting for real-world results over a year after CEJA became law. Reset speaks with an advocate and journalist about what is causing the delays and if any developments are on the horizon. GUESTS: Yami Newell, associate director of Community Projects at Elevated Chicago Brett Chase, reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times Dan Gearino, reporter for Inside Climate News

FILE --Steam rises from the coal-fired power plant near wind turbines Niederaussem, Germany, as the sun rises on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022. (AP Photo/Michael Probst),file)

Michael Probst/AP

   

Communities and businesses that were excited by the state’s climate initiatives say they’re still waiting for real-world results over a year after CEJA became law. Reset speaks with an advocate and journalist about what is causing the delays and if any developments are on the horizon. 

GUESTS: Yami Newell, associate director of Community Projects at Elevated Chicago Brett Chase, reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times Dan Gearino, reporter for Inside Climate News

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