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Activists Gather 15,000 Petitions to Oppose Sulfide Mining on the Iron Range

Minnesota Environmentalists gathered in Canal Park to call for an end to sulfide mining projects on the Iron Range. Environment Minnesota collected thousands of signatures in opposition of Polymet's proposed open pit mine.

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Report | Environment Minnesota

Lighting the Way

The new report highlights the "Dazzling Dozen" states leading the way in solar energy and what other states can do to promote solar energy based on their successes.

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News Release | Environment Minnesota

Minnesota Poised for Huge Growth in Solar Power

The Environment Minnesota Research & Policy Center released a new report today entitled Lighting the Way: What We Can Learn from America's Top 12 Solar States, which highlights the states leading the way in solar energy.  While Minnesota didn't make the Top 12, it did recieve an "honorable mention" for recently passed solar policies that should lead to a dramatic increase in solar over the next few years.

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News Release | Environment Minnesota

New Report on Nation's Leading Solar States

Environment Minnesota will be holding a news conference on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 to release a new report highlighting the states leading the way in solar energy.

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Stopping the Floods

As major floods become the norm in the Cannon River watershed, sandbags and flood walls aren't going to be enough anymore.  Agricultural and personal changes are needed to reduce the amount of water and fertilizer leaving cropland.

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