Issues

Clean Energy

May 1 | Climate, Clean Water, and Clean Energy

canoe and fall colorsMinnesota is on a clean energy path that is bringing benefits to human health and our water, air, and natural resources. Minnesotans are seeing evidence of changing climate trends in our own backyards. Hear from Paul Huttner, chief meteorologist for Minnesota Public Radio, and learn from the stories of Mark Seeley, University of Minnesota climatologist and meteorologist, and author of the Minnesota Weather Almanac, a complete guide to Minnesota weather all the way back to 1806. J. Drake Hamilton, science policy director at Fresh Energy, will describe effective clean energy solutions that benefit all.

Thursday, May 1, 7:00PM | Doors open at 6:30PM
Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church
301 County Road 19
Excelsior, Minnesota 55331
(Parking lot entrance on George Street)

From left to right: Paul Huttner, Mark Seeley, and J. Drake Hamilton

From left to right: Paul Huttner, Mark Seeley, and J. Drake Hamilton

RSVP-TODAY

SPONSORS: Fresh Energy
Lutheran Coalition for Public Policy in Minnesota | Conservation Minnesota | MN350 | Citizens Climate Lobby | Humming for Bees

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

For more information, contact J. Drake Hamilton at hamilton@fresh-energy.org or 651-726-7562. Download the event flyer.

On May 1, hear from Paul Huttner, Mark Seeley, Fresh Energy's science policy director J. Drake Hamilton at this free, public forum on climate, clean water, and clean energy.

Leave a comment