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.

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

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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New Report: Sherburne County Coal Plant Near Becker Is Dirtiest in Minnesota

The Sherburne County coal-fired power plant near Becker, MN is the dirtiest power plant in Minnesota based on carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution ranking it as the 13th dirtiest plant in the country for 2007, according to a new analysis of government data released today by Environment Minnesota. 

News Release | Environment Minnesota

Nuclear Power Will Set Back Race Against Global Warming, New Report Shows

Far from a solution to global warming, nuclear power will actually set America back in the race to reduce pollution, according to a new report by Environment Minnesota. Leading environmental organizations are calling on states and Congress to focus on energy efficiency and renewable energy instead of nuclear power as the solution to global warming.

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