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Green For All's CEO, Vien Truong shares why this fight against poverty and pollution is so personal. Hear from moms across the country who are mobilizing for clear air, clean water, and a future for their kids. Then join us to take action and sign our petition: SIGN OUR PETITION...
AIRED AUGUST 25, 2017 on KQED NEWS.    
Vien Truong, director of Green For All, is bringing equity, social justice and climate justice together to help build a prosperous and fair society. This means healing the deepening divide between the "haves" and "have-nots" in the U.S. — and business leaders are in a position of responsibility to move the needle on these...
Facts and data alone won’t inspire people to take action in the fight against global warming. So what will?
To make real progress on climate change, we need a true collaborative movement, reaching across race, class and ethnic divisions. In California, where 73% of those under 18 years old are people of color, Vien Truong walks us through practical examples and models of what success looks like - and...
Vien Truing (Green For All National Director) speaks at the National Forum on Climate Change, Clean Energy and Communities of Color on September 29th, 2015.
Vien Truong, Green For All National Director, joins HuffPo Live to discuss the historic Clean Power Plan unveiled by the Obama administration to tackle global warming.
The dirty-energy economy has brought pollution and poverty to too many. But a clean-energy economy can bring opportunity, health, and wealth to struggling communities. Clean-energy jobs such as weatherizing homes, installing solar panels, and manufacturing wind turbines will put people to work in their own communities.A new green economy will...
Hip-Hop superstars, including: Wyclef Jean, Common, Drake, Will.i.am, Anthony Mackie, Wiz Khalifa and Dead Prez share a special message about going green.
Kansas City, like many American towns is burdened by pollution from coal-fired power plants, unemployment, and poverty. Faced with bitterly cold winters and scorching summers, the city's residents struggle to keep up with steep energy bills.
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