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Wednesday, 15 May 2013 09:20

Clean Energy & Jobs Legislation Passes the Minnesota Senate Featured

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Cathy Kennedy
612.309.3951
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Legislation Establishes Solar Energy Standard; Represents Good First Step Toward Creating Jobs, Making Solar Cheaper and More Accessible for All Minnesotans

[SAINT PAUL, MN] The Minnesota Senate today passed clean energy and jobs legislation that establishes a solar energy standard of 1 percent by 2025. The bill – which will create jobs in the state and will make solar energy more affordable and more accessible for all Minnesotans – passed the Senate by a vote of 37-26.

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Posted April 23rd, 2013 by Jen Lynch, Minnesota Environmental Partnership.

Governor Mark Dayton, Will Steger, Rep. Ellison, Speaker Thissen Join Call for Clean Energy and Jobs Legislation

[SAINT PAUL, MN] On Earth Day, April 22, 2013, Governor Mark Dayton joined hundreds of clean energy advocates for a rally that encouraged legislators to advance groundbreaking legislation that will create jobs for Minnesotans and generate clean, local, renewable energy. The event capped off a day of action led by the Minnesota Clean Energy & Jobs campaign.

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ST. PAUL, MN – On Tuesday, March 5 at 9:30 a.m. in room 181 of the State Office Building, a group of labor, energy, business, faith, environment, and youth leaders will announce a campaign to advance a groundbreaking state legislation to create jobs for Minnesotans, generateclean, renewable energy, and protect our health and the air we breathe.

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Monday, 17 October 2011 21:04

The Changing Arctic

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Symposium presented by the Consulate General of Canada, the Will Steger Foundation and the University of Minnesota will explore international cooperation and development in the Arctic

Contacts:

Christine Davis, Consulate General of Canada, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (612) 492-2903
Nicole Rom, Will Steger Foundation, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (612) 278-7147
Todd Reubold, Institute on the Environment, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (612) 624-614

MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL – Recent Arctic research shows summer sea ice reached a one of the lowest levels on record this year. Changes to the environment coupled with other social and economic factors are leading to an array of questions facing Arctic nations.

Who owns the vast resources beneath the Arctic Ocean? What’s the role of international cooperation and diplomacy in the far north? How will climate change impact Arctic waterways, infrastructure and ecosystems? How will changes and development in the Arctic increasingly impact Minnesota? Experts from Canada and the United States will address these and other questions at the symposium The Changing Arctic: International Cooperation and Development.

The event will take place on October 27, 2011 in the Cowles Auditorium at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and is being organized by the Consulate General of Canada, the Will Steger Foundation, the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment and the Center for Science, Technology and Public Policy at the U’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

Consul General Martin Loken and polar explorer Will Steger will provide opening remarks to kick-off the half-day symposium.

"Canada and the United States have long collaborated in the Arctic as neighbors and friends,” said Consul General Loken. “Now the region is transforming in many ways, presenting both challenges and opportunities for our two countries and others in the international community. This event is a unique opportunity to explore these issues with distinguished experts from Canada, the U.S. and elsewhere."

"The Arctic has been my home for over 45 years,” said explorer Will Steger. “To survive in these lands, I have become intimately familiar with their vast landscapes, wildlife, and climates. The changes I see deeply affect me in a way neither a scientific study nor a satellite image could. Climate change is having very real implications on the Arctic ecosystem and will affect our economy, security, international relationships, and way of life. This symposium provides a unique opportunity to delve deeper into what a changing Arctic means for all of us."

Speakers from universities in Canada and United States, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), and the Swedish government are scheduled to participate in the conference. Whitney Lackenbauer, renowned Arctic author and professor at the University of Waterloo, will provide a keynote address and Commander Mary Ellen Durley of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Alder will summarize her ship’s participation in joint naval exercises in the Arctic with Canadian and Danish ships in 2010.

Press passes are available for members of the media. Please contact Christine Davis, Consulate General of Canada, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (612) 492-2903 for more information.

To learn more about the conference, please visit http://z.umn.edu/arcticconference.

 

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Media Contact:

Jeff Blumenfeld

The Explorers Club

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Open House, Thursday, July 28, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. – Public Welcome

NEW YORK, N.Y. (July 26, 2011) – Members of The Explorers Club, the world renowned international exploration organization, will soon discover a bit of urban archaeology unseen for years – the North Face of their iconic Upper East Side headquarters named for famed broadcaster and Club member Lowell Thomas.

The 107-year-old Club will celebrate completion of the restoration of its 46 East 70th Street north-facing façade, and removal of construction scaffolding, with a public open house starting with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, July 28, at 11 a.m. Immediately following the ribbon ceremony, a climber will descend the east exterior wall of the six-story building, highlighting the next area of the building targeted for Phase II of the renovation project. The Phase II renovation will also focus on the Club’s outside terrace and a colonnade of particular historical import that dates from the medieval period, another portion of which is believed to be housed at The Cloisters.


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Release Dated: August 02, 2011

MEDIA CONTACT:
Nicole Rom, Executive Director, Will Steger Foundation
Will Steger Foundation
612-278-7147
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Quick Facts
Event: Will Steger Foundation Summer Institute for Climate Change Education
Date: August 11-12, 2011
Time: 10:00am-4:00pm
Place:
School of Environmental Studies, 12155 Johnny Cake Ridge Rd. Apple Valley
Call for more information: 612-278-7147
Web site:
http://www.willstegerfoundation.org/summer-institute


Over 100 Minnesota educators, representing Grades 3-12 from communities across Minnesota will convene at the Will Steger Foundation’s (WSF) 6th Summer Institute for Climate Change Education. This year’s Institute will introduce a new curriculum and online classroom, Minnesota’s Changing Climate, with a focus on Minnesota’s natural resources, climate impacts and environmental stewardship.

 

“The information I gain at the 2011 Institute will update my climate change background knowledge as well as prepare me as a lead teacher for interdisciplinary work at my school.  I will mentor the two new science teachers in my department and facilitate school-wide immersion into the new WSF curriculum.” -H. Ferris, Earth Science Teacher, Roseville Area Middle School

 

According to a new report by the National Research Council that provides guidelines for science education, climate change are topics that all students should learn about by the end of high school. WSF has provided professional development through annual Summer Institutes that provide tools to communicate climate change in the classroom. A study by the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication concluded that effective climate change messages must focus on impacts to local communities. This year’s Institute takes a local approach to understanding the impacts and solutions to climate change in Minnesota. Educators will learn how to address misconceptions, use the outdoors to enhance learning and observation skills, and be motivated to lead and teach action projects on climate change.

 

“Today's students will be tomorrow's decision makers.  As teachers, it is our responsibility to make sure that our students have the knowledge, and, the tools to gather that knowledge to be able to make informed decisions. Climate change is requiring that informed decisions be made concerning human interaction with our environment.”-K. Long Voelkner, Science Teacher, Bemidji Middle School, Bemidji

 

Funding provided by Minnesota’s Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund, as recommended by the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources, National Park Foundation, National Park Service and Mississippi River Fund.

 

About the Will Steger Foundation:

Established by Polar Explorer Will Steger in 2006, the Will Steger Foundation is educating, inspiring and empowering people of all ages to engage in climate change solutions. www.willstegerfoundation.org.

 

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Saturday, 06 August 2011 20:28

Media Advisory: Edina Community Forum

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Clean Air and Your Health The Power of EPA Actions and Federal Legislation

 

WHAT:
Public forum to learn about recent and pending actions by the EPA to strengthen the Clean Air Act and congressional attempts to block this action. Forum will provide attendees opportunities to learn about the health and economic benefits of clean air and to ask questions. Attendees will also learn about activities in Edina related to clean air, energy and the environment as well as ways to let their voices be heard by the EPA and Congress.


WHY:
The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a number of stronger limits on pollutants such as mercury, soot and smog.  800,000 Americans urged the EPA to strongly regulate mercury emissions from power plants yet attempts are still underway to block final implementation.


WHEN:
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
August 10, 2011


WHERE:
Edina Public Works
7450 Metro Blvd.
Edina, MN 55439


SPEAKERS:

  • Will Steger
  • Edina Mayor James Hovland
  • Julie Risser, Chair, Air Quality Working Group of the Edina Energy and Environment Commission
  • Gary Botzek, Executive Director, Minnesota Conservation Federation
  • J. Drake Hamilton, Scientist, Fresh Energy


Sponsors:
National Wildlife Federation, Minnesota Conservation Federation, Edina Energy and Environment Commission, Will Steger Foundation, Fresh Energy, Sierra Club, Environment Minnesota, Cool Planet, Audubon Minnesota – National Audubon Society


For More Information Contact:
Dawn Erlandson, National Wildlife Federation, 612-871-2786 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

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Saturday, 06 August 2011 20:15

The Changing Arctic

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Symposium presented by the Consulate General of Canada, the Will Steger Foundation and the University of Minnesota will explore international cooperation and development in the Arctic

Contacts:

Christine Davis, Consulate General of Canada, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (612) 492-2903
Nicole Rom, Will Steger Foundation, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (612) 278-7147
Todd Reubold, Institute on the Environment, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (612) 624-6140

MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL – Who owns the vast resources beneath the Arctic Ocean? What’s the role of international cooperation and diplomacy in the far north? How will climate change impact arctic waterways, infrastructure and ecosystems? How will changes and development in the Arctic increasingly impact Minnesota? Experts from Canada and the United States will address these and other questions at the symposium The Changing Arctic: International Cooperation and Development.

The event will take place on October 27, 2011 in the Cowles Auditorium at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and is being organized by the Consulate General of Canada, the Will Steger Foundation, the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment and the Center for Science, Technology and Public Policy at the U’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

Consul General Martin Loken and polar explorer Will Steger will provide opening remarks to kick-off the half-day symposium.

"Canada and the United States have long collaborated in the Arctic as neighbors and friends,” said Consul General Loken. “Now the region is transforming in many ways, presenting both challenges and opportunities for our two countries and others in the international community. This event is a unique opportunity to explore these issues with distinguished experts from Canada, the U.S. and elsewhere."

"The Arctic has been my home for over 45 years,” said explorer Will Steger. “To survive in these lands, I have become intimately familiar with their vast landscapes, wildlife, and climates. The changes I see deeply affect me in a way neither a scientific study nor a satellite image could. Climate change is having very real implications on the Arctic ecosystem and will affect our economy, security, international relationships, and way of life. This symposium provides a unique opportunity to delve deeper into what a changing Arctic means for all of us."

Speakers from universities in Canada and United States, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), the U.S. Coast Guard and Inuit-owned Makivik Corporation are scheduled to participate in the conference.

For more information, please visit http://z.umn.edu/arcticconference.

 

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Release Dated: April 20, 2011

MEDIA CONTACT:
Nicole Rom
Will Steger Foundation
612-278-7147
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Julianna Olsen
Marketing and Communications


Quick Facts
Event: North Pole Reunion Family Day
Date: Sunday, May 15, 2011
Time: Noon to 4 p.m.
Place: Minnesota History Center, 345 Kellogg Blvd W., St. Paul
Cost: $10 adults, $8 seniors and college students, $5 children ages 6-17; free for children age 5 and under and MHS members.
Call for more information: 651-259-3015
Web site:
http://www.minnesotahistorycenter.org/northpole

ARCTIC ADVENTURE AWAITS AT NORTH POLE REUNION FAMILY DAY MAY 15

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the landmark polar expedition achieved by Minnesotans Will Steger, Ann Bancroft, Paul Schurke, Canada’s Brent Boddy and Richard Weber, and Geoff Carroll and Bob McKerrow from New Zealand. Experience the challenge of their historic journey with family-friendly activities:

• Experience an Arctic base camp and meet a sled dog
• Dress for an expedition
• Learn how climate change is affecting the Arctic through hands-on activities
• Guess Arctic trivia and win prizes
• Create a Northern Lights picture and make Expedition Sun Goggles
• Book signing with team members
• Enjoy music with Minnesota singer/songwriter Ann Reed

The Will Steger Foundation, the Consulate General of Canada and the Minnesota Historical Society are hosting the event which is free with museum admission.

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Release Dated: April 20, 2011

MEDIA CONTACT:
Nicole Rom
Will Steger Foundation
612-278-7147
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Julianna Olsen
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Quick Facts
Event:
North Pole ’86 Expedition: 25th Anniversary Celebration
Date:
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: Minnesota History Center, 345 Kellogg Blvd W., St. Paul
Cost: $12 adults, $5 college students and ages 9-17; $10 MHS adult members. Reservations recommended.

Call for more information: 651-259-3015 or register online.
Web site:
http://www.minnesotahistorycenter.org/northpole

CELEBRATE LANDMARK ARCTIC JOURNEY WITH THE MINNESOTANS WHO MADE HISTORY 25 YEARS AGO

Relive the trials and triumphs of the historic 1986 expedition to the North Pole with Minnesotans Will Steger, Paul Schurke, Ann Bancroft and other members of the original team.  They endured 56 days skiing and dog sledding over a thousand miles of shifting sea ice with temperatures dipping as low as minus 76. Team members from Minnesota, Alaska, Canada and New Zealand will share stories, slides and film footage and also reveal the dramatic ways the Arctic has changed over the past 25 years.

National Geographic called the team’s accomplishment, the first confirmed journey to reach the North Pole without resupply, a “landmark in polar exploration.”  The story of their trek forever transformed human perceptions of the Arctic from frozen wasteland to a living and changing part of the Earth.

The Will Steger Foundation, the Consulate General of Canada and the Minnesota Historical Society are hosting this event.

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Nicole Rom (612)-278-7147, or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Arctic Explorer Will Steger to Appear at Norway-AU Climate Change Event

WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 25, 2011) — What would you do if drastic climate change drove you from your homeland, forcing you to leave behind your culture and your very way of life for foreign lands, strange customs, and unfamiliar environs?

Several American University students asked themselves that question as part of the Royal Norwegian Embassy’s third annual essay contest. This year, AU students were invited to write either (1) the imagined journal of an indigenous person displaced by climate change or (2) a policy brief addressing the legal, ethical, and political issues that will arise when climate refugees flock to nearby countries.

 

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Nicole Rom, Executive Director, Will Steger Foundation
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1989-90 International Trans-Antarctica Expedition: Team Reunites After 20 Years

November 23, 2010, Minneapolis, MN -- The Will Steger Foundation is celebrating the 20th Anniversary Reunion of Will Steger's Trans-Antarctica Expedition, December 10-11, 2010.

On March 3, 1990, a team of six men from six different countries and their 42 sled dogs completed the first-ever dogsled crossing of the Antarctic continent. The 1990 International Trans-Antarctica Expedition, led by Minnesotan Will Steger, travelled 3,741 miles in seven months, enduring temperatures as low as -54F and winds as high as 100 mph. In early December 2010, the team will gather for the first time in 20 years to reflect on their journey and its impact, felt around the world by both lawmakers and school children.

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Nicole Rom (612)-278-7147, or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Will Steger Foundation secures funding from Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota’s Resources (LCCMR):
Engaging Students in Environmental Stewardship

(Minneapolis, MN, May 18, 2010)- On May 15, 2010 Governor Pawlenty signed a bill into law that approved funds for 71 projects that focus on protecting Minnesota’s environment and natural resources, totaling $26.1 million. The funding comes from profits generated from Minnesota’s State Lottery that are put into a trust fund constitutionally dedicated to state environmental and natural resource projects. $250,000 of those dollars were allocated to the Will Steger Foundation for a project entitled, Engaging Students in Environmental Stewardship through Adventure Learning.

 

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Saturday, 06 February 2010 07:59

WILL STEGER JOINS BUSINESS LEADERS TO PROMOTE CLEAN ENERGY

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February 2, 2010

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WILL STEGER JOINS BUSINESS LEADERS TO PROMOTE CLEAN ENERGY

Will Steger and Minnesota business leaders will host briefing on business solutions to climate change

MINNEAPOLIS , MN – Join polar explorer Will Steger and several Minnesota business leaders as they discuss the opportunities for clean energy solutions in Minnesota at a press conference on Monday February 8th at 11:30 am.  Hear from this diverse group as they illustrate the importance a strong limit on carbon emissions has on future investments and job growth and why the U.S. needs bold climate action in 2010.

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Tuesday, 02 February 2010 16:37

Promoting Clean Energy

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cleanenergyWill Steger and Minnesota business leaders will host briefing on business solutions to climate change

MINNEAPOLIS , MN – Join polar explorer Will Steger and several Minnesota business leaders as they discuss the opportunities for clean energy solutions in Minnesota at a press conference on Monday February 8th at 11:30 am. Hear from this diverse group as they illustrate the importance a strong limit on carbon emissions has on future investments and job growth and why the U.S. needs bold climate action in 2010.

Will Steger recently returned from the United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark where he witnessed the critical role the U.S. plays in moving the international climate community forward on a legally, binding climate treaty; the U.S. Senate must pass energy and climate legislation in order for the U.S., and emerging economies like China and India, to agree on a binding international agreement that uses a market-based approach to limit emissions.

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For Immediate Release Media Contact:
Patrick Sweeney
Freshwater Society
763.219.1261
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Noted polar explorer and climate activist Will Steger will keynote launch event Jan. 26, 2010

MINNEAPOLIS – (Jan. 13, 2010) – To educate and inspire people to value, conserve and protect Minnesota’s water resources, the Freshwater Society is launching a yearlong initiative, 2010: The Year of Water, with a free public lecture by Will Steger, noted polar explorer.

“The time is now to make a total cultural shift in how we view our water resources in Minnesota,” said Gene Merriam, president of Freshwater Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising public awareness about water issues.

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Views from the American Heartland:

Diverse Midwestern Voices on Copenhagen

Local Representatives Will Host Briefing for Journalists Live from the Bella Center

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – Join several of the more than four dozen representatives of Midwestern utilities, cities, agencies, policy makers, youth, and non-governmental organizations currently in Copenhagen, Denmark, attending the United Nations Climate Summit (COP15) for a live webcast on Friday, December 11 to hear what’s happened thus far in the first week of the convention and what is likely to happen in the second week. Listen to the stories of this diverse group and what they each think this international event holds for climate action in the U.S. in 2010.

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Stonyfield Sponsors “Expedition Copenhagen” to Raise Awareness of Climate Conference
Companion sweepstakes also offers consumers a chance to win Trek 7.2 FX bicycles

Londonderry, NH – November 6, 2009 – Today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders, and the “Expedition Copenhagen” team of twelve youth delegates is no exception.

Stonyfield Farm is helping the Will Steger Foundation send a dozen young leaders on an expedition to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, December 5-19 to help raise awareness for what’s at stake: our kids and the health of the planet they’ll inherit.

Expedition Copenhagen will be led in part by internationally renowned polar explorer Will Steger, with Stonyfield Farm as the lead sponsor. Delegates will assume a leadership role in a regional climate campaign to pass strong climate legislation leading up to the international negotiations, and will also support the Will Steger Foundation Citizen Climate curriculum in schools across the United States.

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CONGRESS MEMBERS ELLISON AND MCCOLLUM TO HEADLINE CLIMATE RALLY AT MINNESOTA STATE CAPITOL
State Legislators Join Will Steger Foundation, Oxfam America, Augsburg College and 1Sky 
as part of the 350 International Day of Climate Action

300 student bike riders will join community members, legislators, and Will Steger Foundation’s Minnesota youth delegates to the international climate negotiations in Copenhagen, for a rally at the Minnesota State Capitol, calling for strong United States leadership in climate policy. This major event is one of thousands of coordinated actions taking place in 170 countries for the 350 International Day of Climate Action on October 24th.

 

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October 7, 2009

DELEGATE TO UNITED NATIONS CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE TO BIKE 350 MILES ACROSS MINNESOTA TO SPOTLIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE SOLUTIONS

Delegate to Cycle Across Minnesota in Outreach for Clean Energy and Swift Action

Reed Aronow, a Minnesota youth delegate to the Copenhagen climate negotiations in December with the Will Steger Foundation, will launch a 15-day bike tour on October 10th in honor of the 350 International Day of Climate Action (www.350.org). As the ride progresses, Aronow and other riders will visit organizations, farms, and businesses around Minnesota to discuss clean energy and the importance of upcoming federal legislation and the U.N. conference on climate change in Copenhagen this December.

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