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Fresh Energy Statement: Minnesota lays groundwork for deeper, bolder action to address the climate crisis.

On Monday morning, Governor Tim Walz announced Executive Order 19-37, establishing the Climate Change Subcabinet and the Governor’s Advisory Council on Climate Change. This action lays the groundwork for deeper and bolder action, spurring collaboration both within state government and between the public and private sectors as Minnesota works to address the unprecedented threat of the climate crisis.

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Fresh Energy at the Global Climate Summit in Madrid

This December, Fresh Energy’s science policy director, J. Drake Hamilton, will travel to Madrid, Spain, to participate in the United Nations 25th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP25).

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Climate-Change-Subcabinet-Announcement

Fresh Energy Statement: Minnesota lays groundwork for deeper, bolder action to address the climate crisis.

On Monday morning, Governor Tim Walz announced Executive Order 19-37, establishing the Climate Change Subcabinet and the Governor’s Advisory Council on Climate Change. This action lays the groundwork for deeper and bolder action, spurring collaboration both within state government and between the public and private sectors as Minnesota works to address the unprecedented threat of the climate crisis.

New Report Shows Electric Vehicles = Lower Bills for All

More electric vehicles in Minnesota will make better use of the electric power grid and cut costs for all ratepayers regardless of whether they drive electric, a new study found. Learn more about the report by Synapse Energy Economics.

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Provide Feedback on the VW Settlement Draft Plan

The draft plan for how the MPCA intends to spend Volkswagen settlement funding in Phase 2 (2020-2023) is now available on their website. Over the next four years, the agency will invest $23.5 million in projects that will reduce harmful air pollution and move Minnesota towards a cleaner transportation future.