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Posts Categorized: Energy
Cole Norgaarden, a 10th grader at the Blake School in Minneapolis, testified Thursday, Jan. 27 at the House Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Policy and Finance Committee during the hearing of House File 72. The bill proposes to repeal a Minnesota statute that limits carbon dioxide emissions by utilities.
We have compiled a list of questions related to clean energy that could be used at a public forum
We’ve posted a new story to our Clean Energy Jobs website! This is the latest addition to our ongoing project that features Minnesotans whose jobs contribute to the Clean Energy… Read more »
MEP’s Candidate Education Project is off to a terrific start. Since late May, MEP has been briefing candidates for public office on the importance of investing in Minnesota’s clean energy… Read more »
By Kara Cook, Minnesota Environmental Partnership Communications Intern Minnesota Environmental Partnership is currently in phase two of our Nonpartisan Candidate Outreach program, which Ryan introduced here. Our polling data from… Read more »
By Ryan Kennedy, Minnesota Environmental Partnership Candidate Outreach Intern The Nonpartisan Candidate Outreach program currently underway here at the Minnesota Environmental Partnership is working to put energy issues at the… Read more »
John Tuma’s Capitol Update – March 26, 2010 “Peculiar haze, or smokey fog … unlike anything known within the memory of man.” – English naturalist Gilbert White, Summer 1783 Natural… Read more »
John Tuma’s Capitol Update – March 5, 2010 “I think the agitation that I made on the matter contributed much to the discontinuance by the government of the pernicious practice”… Read more »
John Tuma’s Capitol Update – The Pre-Session Version “There is a basic law of nuclear waste often overlooked – all waste remains where it is first put.” – Richard… Read more »