Posts Tagged: clean energy

Minnesota Takes Two Steps Backward on Energy Policy

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The Minnesota Environmental Partnership is proud to feature the following post as part of a series of columns as part of a Student Voices Series issues. This is part of a continuing collaboration with Macalester College’s Geography Department and its students. Contributed by Eliana Langer, Macalester student — Minnesota legislators are undoing decades of progress on renewable… Read more »

Climate, Clean Water, and Clean Energy

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Minnesota is on a clean energy path that is bringing benefits to human health and our water, air, and natural resources. Minnesotans are seeing the evidence of changing climate trends in our own backyards. Hear from Paul Huttner, chief meteorologist for Minnesota Public Radio and Dr. Mark Seeley, University of Minnesota climatologist and meteorologist. J…. Read more »

Minnesota’s Climate Solutions

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This is a public forum with Fresh Energy’s J. Drake Hamilton and Minnesota Conservation Federation’s Gary Botzek   Minnesota is on a clean energy path, creating thousands of jobs while cutting carbon pollution. In 2014, we have exciting opportunities to help Minnesota continue its leadership in clean energy and climate solutions, protecting the health of… Read more »

Clean Energy & Jobs Rally on Earth Day!

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The Clean Energy and Jobs campaign is rallying behind a cleaner Minnesota!  If you would like to commit to supporting a responsible energy legacy, join Clean Energy and Jobs supporters for a rally on Earth Day! Head on over to the Capitol on Tuesday, April 22 to show legislators that Clean Energy and Jobs is… Read more »