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Concrete Beach Party draws attention to at-risk waterways.

Members of Environment Minnesota and Clean Water Action Minnesota held a concrete beach party in St. Paul to draw attention to a bill in the U.S. House that would put our state's waterways and drinking water at risk. Read more.

News Release | Environment Minnesota Research & Policy Center

Report: 10 percent solar in reach

Solar power is growing so fast in Minnesota that goals once considered ambitious are now seen as readily achievable, according to a new report by Environment Minnesota Research & Policy Center.

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Report | Environment Minnesota Research & Policy Center

Star Power: The Growing Role of Solar Energy in Minnesota

Our new report shows that tapping just a fraction of our state’s solar potential will yield tremendous benefits for our lives, our environment and our children’s future. The report also demonstrates that the rapid growth of solar makes goals what once seemed ambitious readily achievable.

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News Release | Environment Minnesota

Clean water groups highlight progress for Powderhorn Lake, call for more success stories

 Clean water groups, small businesses, and local government officials released Waterways Restored, a series of case studies compiled by Environment Minnesota Research & Policy Center, on the banks of the Powderhorn Lake to highlight the need for a new rule to restore protections for over half of the state’s rivers and streams.

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News Release | Environment Minnesota

Environment Minnesota Endorses Candidates for 2014 Elections

Environment Minnesota, a statewide environmental organization, announced today the endorsement of four candidates for federal office in the 2014 elections.

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News Release | Environment America

Report: U.S. power plants world’s 3rd largest carbon polluters, edging out India

As world leaders prepare to gather here for the United Nations Climate Summit next week, a new study shows that U.S. power plants alone produce more carbon pollution than the entire economies of India, Russia, Japan or any other nation besides China.

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