Posts By: Minnesota Environmental Partnership

Welcome to our new website! We appreciate your patience as we continue making fixes

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We are so pleased to reveal the new www.MEPartnership.org, completed during The Nerdery’s Overnight Website Challenge by a group of talented web professionals — Team Redundancy Team, as they call themselves. They delivered this new site after a whirlwind 24-straight hours of web development. Please understand that we’re continuing to make updates and fixing things, so your patience is… Read more »

Capitol Update: Bill that weakens permit process approaches final stages

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By Eric Bergstrom, Campaign Coordinator House File 2095 (Fabian) was debated on the House floor on March 22, and passed on a vote of 79-49. This permitting bill means more rollbacks for Minnesotans and benefits for corporate special interests. The bill would establish a new process where an applicant for a permit could use a… Read more »

Midwestern Voters Willing to Pay More for Clean Energy

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SAINT PAUL (Feb. 19, 2012) – A majority of voters in four Midwestern states are willing to pay $6 a month on their electricity bills to help promote clean energy and energy efficiency, according to a telephone poll of 1,600 voters in Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin. The poll, sponsored by the Minnesota Environmental Partnership… Read more »