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Monday, 02 June 2014 12:22

EPA Cuts Carbon Pollution

When two independent scientific studies confirmed the West Antarctic ice sheet has begun an irreversible melt, triggering sea level rise of potentially more than 10 feet over the coming centuries, Will Steger knew this was another major sign of climate change and a critical tipping point.

Published in Climate News
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 09:06

Funding Solutions!

Thanks to everyone who supported us on Give to the Max Day on November 14th! Eight donors generously provided $10,000 in matching funds – which helped us raise $18,075 from 76 donors! Missed your chance to donate? You can still support us anytime. All donations over $100 received by December 16 will receive a prAna gift card and can still count towards our matching grant.

Published in eNewsletter
Thursday, 07 November 2013 13:32

Diverse Voices Call for Strong Carbon Standard!

Congressman Ellison wrote a great piece in the Huffington Post highlighting the need for the Environmental Protection Agency to pass strong carbon pollution standards for new and existing coal-burning power plants and called on Xcel Energy to transition Units 1 & 2 of the Sherco coal plant- Minnesota's largest carbon emitter- to clean energy.

Published in Climate News
Tuesday, 15 October 2013 09:13

Shape Our Energy Future

October 2nd marked the ceremonial signing of Minnesota’s Clean Energy and Jobs bill, also known as the Omnibus Jobs and Economic Development bill (HF729 / SF 1057). Will and I were honored to join Governor Dayton and chief authors Senator John Marty, Representative Melissa Hortman, and members of the Clean Energy and Jobs coalition for this special opportunity.

Published in eNewsletter
Thursday, 18 July 2013 11:07

Carbon Affects My Health and Future

Until recent years, the detrimental effects of coal and its heavy carbon dioxide emissions had been ignored due to the nation’s immense coal reserves, as well as its dependence on coal for energy. However, President Obama has now publicly declared a war on coal, striving to make America the chief natural gas producer in order to manage climate change, as well as to abate carbon emissions.

Published in Climate News
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