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MN350 in the news
October 28, 2019
Brainerd Dispatch
by Matthew Guerry

Members of a local environmentalist group on Monday, Oct. 28, criticized Xcel Energy's proposed electric power generation plan for the next 15 years, saying the company is not going far enough in its pledge to cut carbon emissions.

September 25, 2019
Saint Cloud Times
by Nora G. Hertel

Xcel Energy's proposed natural gas plant in Becker is part of the city's economic development strategy, said Becker Mayor Tracy Bertram. But for folks closely watching the rise of carbon levels and the impacts of climate change in Minnesota and beyond, a new greenhouse-gas-emitting plant is not welcome. 

June 3, 2019
Energy News Network
by Frank Jossi

Xcel Energy has already pledged to go carbon-free, allowing the city’s plan to focus on other areas to reduce emissions.

May 24, 2019
Saint Cloud Times
by Nora G. Hertel

The College of St. Benedict junior was heading back to Minnesota from her home in Madison, Wisconsin. "I told him, 'I'm an environmental studies major. I'm going to solve climate change,' " Stattelman-Scanlan recounted Wednesday during an interview with the St. Cloud Times.

May 8, 2019
Brainerd Dispatch
by Jordan Shearer

Local activists may not have been able to travel all the way to Calgary for Enbridge Energy’s annual shareholder meeting, but they still tried to make their position known to those who did.

March 19, 2019
MPR News
by Dan Kraker

Enbridge Energy Partners spent just over $11 million lobbying Minnesota state government in 2018 — almost all of it advocating before the Public Utilities Commission — according to data released this week by the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board.

March 19, 2019
Duluth News Tribune
by Jimmy Lovrien

Enbridge Energy spent more than $11 million on lobbying activities in Minnesota last year, almost entirely on its push for regulatory approval of its controversial Line 3 oil pipeline project.

February 12, 2019
MPR News
by Dan Kraker

Gov. Tim Walz announced Tuesday morning that his administration will continue an appeal of the Line 3 oil pipeline begun by his predecessor.

December 12, 2018
City Pages
by Hannah Jones

The Coalition for Clean Transportation -- a team-up between climate action group MN350 and other environmental and social justice groups -- has been requesting that Metro Transit do something about the Twin Cities’ bus fleet. Specifically: Ditch the diesel and go electric.

November 19, 2018
MPR News
by Cody Nelson

The proposal calls for a new House select committee to draft broad legislation that would make the United States economy carbon-neutral and remove greenhouse gases already in the atmosphere and oceans.