Green Tech Media wrote up an article about our recent white paper publication:
Seven of the top seventeen states with the most rapid growth in greentech, according to a new study, are considered swing states in the upcoming presidential election.
Red, White & Green: The True Colors of America’s Clean Tech Jobs by DBL Partners’ Nancy Pfund and Michael Lazar argues that greentech could help determine which way the U.S. electorate leans on November 6.
“Cleantech jobs are real and growing,” Pfund told GTM. “The fact that they have become a political football in Washington has no bearing on what’s going on on the ground all over our nation.”
In the nation’s capital, the report notes, greentech is a partisan issue. Though Republicans from Richard Nixon to Arnold Schwarzenegger have championed the environment, their party today has adopted a dismissive stance toward the issue and has chosen to leave it to the Democratic Party…