News Release | Environment Minnesota

New Study: Nation’s Energy System Threatened By Global Warming-Related Severe Weather

The country’s energy system is threatened by global warming-fueled severe weather events according to a new study released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Energy. This report builds on numerous other studies that have made it clear that global warming is real, it is already starting to have devastating effects on our communities, and those effects will only grow worse unless we cut emissions of the carbon pollution fueling global warming now.

News Release | Minnesota Environmental Partnership

New state study documents threats to Minnesota drinking water and fish

Minnesota’s clean water advocates praised the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency today for its comprehensive study documenting the sources of nitrogen pollution that endanger Minnesota’s drinking water, fish and aquatic habitat – and contribute to the Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico.

News Release | Environment Minnesota

President Obama’s Climate Plan a Clear Victory for Minnesota, Future Generations

Today, President Obama announced a climate plan that will set limits on carbon pollution from power plants, advance energy efficiency and increase the nation’s commitment to renewable energy.

News Release | Environment Minnesota

Pres. Obama to Unveil Plan to Address Climate Change

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, record drought in many states, and wildfires in Colorado President Obama has announced he will unveil a climate action plan on Tuesday designed to cut the carbon pollution fueling global warming and advance clean energy solutions. Environment Minnesota and many other organizations applauded the announcement.  

News Release | Environment Minnesota

Activists Hold Canoe Rally to Protect Boundary Waters area from Sulfide Mining Pollution.

At a Canoe Rally on the banks of Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis on Saturday, activists rallied to raise awareness about the threat posed by sulfide mining proposals near the Boundary Waters.

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