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Over the coming months, decisions will be made by state agencies to determine whether Polymet, potentially the first copper-nickel mine in Minnesota history, will receive permits to operate
In a recent Minnesota Public Utilities Commission meeting, Xcel Energy CEO Ben Fowke outlined a nation leading clean energy vision for his company
In his talk, sponsored by Conservation Minnesota, Rich laid out his basic argument for why he believes the Green Movement in this country is stuck in neutral and what needs to be done to get it moving again
Conservation Minnesota understands that we are at a pivotal moment. Since before I started working here 13 years ago, this organization has been committed to bringing Minnesotans together
Now is the time to think about how you can conserve energy while enjoying all the holiday season has to offer
That’s because the renewable energy sources of solar and wind are now the two cheapest forms of energy in our state.
On November 1st the new buffer law goes into effect, requiring buffers or alternative water quality practices on all public waters
Earlier this year, Governor Dayton announced a new bipartisan goal to improve the state’s water quality by reducing pollution 25% by the year 2025.
A few years ago, parents in Duluth started talking to each other about the black dust covering their kids when they left the playground. They wanted the tire mulched removed from all 10 school playgrounds
By making your home more efficient, you can avoid wasting both money and energy, and benefit from a more comfortable living space.