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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

Environment Minnesota Warns that Minnesota's Waterways are at Risk of Increased Pollution

Streams and wetlands in Minnesota are at risk of unlimited pollution, according to a report posted today by Environment Minnesota, Courting Disaster: How the Supreme Court Has Broken the Clean Water Act and Why Congress Must Fix It.

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Time to produce "plug-in" cars in St. Paul, groups say

Could electric cars save the Twin Cities Assembly Plant from closing? Leaders of the United Auto Workers think so.

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News Release | Environment Minnesota

We can save the planet and the plant: Plug-in cars can lower global warming emissions, oil consumption and create good jobs

Plug-in electric cars can lower global warming emissions, oil consumption and create good jobs: we could save the planet and the Saint Paul Ford Assembly Plant

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Report | Environment Minnesota Research & Policy Center

Plug-In Cars

America's current fleet of gasoline-powered cars and trucks leaves us dependent on oil, contributes to air pollution problems that threaten our health, and produces large amounts of global warming pollution. "Plug-in" cars are emerging as an effective way to lower global warming emissions, oil use, and smog.

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News Release | Environment Minnesota

Green Ideas & Ham Forum To Cover Solar Works for Minnesota

Environment Minnesota started hosting a monthly breakfast forum, Green Ideas and Ham, last year. Since then, our quest for truth, eggs, and creating a healthier planet has led us to lively conversation on Minnesota's most pressing environmental issues. We're rolling into 2011 with a discussion of our Solar Works for Minnesota campaign.

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