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Minnesota’s historic opportunities for carbon reduction

post-top-StStephenMinnesota is on a clean energy path, creating thousands of jobs while cutting carbon pollution. But as we implement increasing amounts of efficiency and renewable energy, Minnesota needs to close the loopholes that allow the biggest cause of global warming—coal-burning power plants—to continue emitting massive, unlimited amounts of carbon pollution into the air.

In the upcoming year, Fresh Energy is working to help Minnesota make greater strides in ensuring our electricity system is good for the health of our families, communities, and natural areas. This spring, Fresh Energy’s J. Drake Hamilton will discuss the landmark opportunities for carbon reduction in Minnesota’s electricity sector at several different events.

April 30, 2014 | Adventures on the Frontiers of Carbon Reduction | 12:00-1:00PM
IonE Seminar Room R380, 1954 Buford Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota 55108
J. Drake Hamilton will discuss emerging opportunities and challenges in federal and state climate action as part of the University of Minnesota Institute on the Environment’s Frontiers in the Environment. Live webcast available.

May 1, 2014 | Climate, Clean Water, and Clean Energy | 7:00-9:00PM
Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, 301 Country Rd 19, Excelsior, MN 55331
A public forum with MPR Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner, Dr. Mark Seeley, and Fresh Energy’s J. Drake Hamilton exploring the changing climate trends in our own backyards and effective climate solutions that benefit all.

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May 21, 2014 | Webinar: Minnesota’s Historic Opportunities for Carbon Reduction | 1:00-2:00PM
Join Fresh Energy and J. Drake Hamilton for a one-hour webinar to learn more about the landmark opportunities for carbon reduction in the electricity sector.

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In the upcoming year, Fresh Energy is working to help Minnesota make greater strides in ensuring our electricity system is good for the health of our families, communities, and natural areas. This spring, Fresh Energy’s J. Drake Hamilton will discuss the landmark opportunities for carbon reduction in Minnesota's electricity sector at several different events.

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