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Bulletin 42 - February 1, 2016
Workers Summit scheduled for end of March 2016 expected to launch a new trade union body.  Related: Numsa and Allies Call for Dismantling the Mineral Energy Complex
  The International Trade Union Confederation has released its report on the trade union intervention COP 21 and has offered some proposals for union work on climate at both the national and international levels.  The struggle to build energy democracy at the municipal level has now arrived in London (and Bristol, and Nottingham....)

SoL's Archie Davis tells TUED how unions are part the effort, and why its taking off. Also from SoL: Four Reasons Why Clean Energy Must be Public Energy
Union NT joins TUED and signs on to Trade Union Call for a Global Moratorium on Fracking
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