Last Wednesday, young people across Minnesota participated in a statewide call-in day for clean air. Over 400 people picked up their phones to thank Senator Klobuchar for voting against Senator Paul’s recent dirty air initiative and to urge her to continue to reject further attacks.
In October, I attended Midwest Power Shift, which lived up to the hype of being an epic and unprecedented gathering. Over 400 Midwest youth climate activists converged in Cleveland, Ohio for trainings and actions to move toward a clean and just energy future. The conference was evidence that our generation in these “fly over states” […]
Updated: Watch videos from The Changing Arctic Event! Over 80 people joined the Will Steger Foundation and partners for a thought-provoking conversation on The Changing Arctic on October 27th at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Watch the Videos and read the recap
Youth leaders in Minnesota have been active to ensure our U.S. Senators protect the Clean Air Act. From Collegeville to Crookston, we came to the Twin Cities to meet with our Senators’ staff and share why defending the Clean Air Act is so important to us, our generation, and the state of Minnesota. The Clean […]
The Clean Air Act is known as one of the most successful public health programs in American history. With $30 in benefits for every dollar invested, it’s also one of the best investments Americans have made. Now, with a new tool, Clean Air Act Where You Live, provided by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), we […]
Image via: © 2006 Bruno & Lígia Rodrigues. 2006 On Thursday, the EPA announced another delay that is part of a dangerous trend. Just weeks after Obama chose to delay critical air quality standards for smog, his administration announced a delay for New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), which will help curb greenhouse gas emissions. “Greenhouse […]
Photo Credit: Nagyman Last Friday, President Obama chose to delay critical air quality standards for smog pollution. This decision comes as a blow to the environment and public health. In a statement from the White House, Obama sited concern for our recovering economy as reason to delay this public health protection stardard. Obama said, “Ultimately, […]
Environment Minnesota is kicking off their fall Green Ideas & Ham series by taking on the science deniers on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at the Red Stag Supper Club with journalist Don Shelby and Professor John Abraham in partnership with the Will Steger Foundation. Reserve your spot today
Prominent Minnesotans, including Don Shelby, Will Steger and J. Drake Hamilton shared their connection to Minnesota, how climate change is impacting their sense of place and daily lives, and what people can do about the issue at a public forum moderated by MPR’s Kerri Miller. Watch the event now!
The Will Steger Foundation is partnering with MN350 to organize Moving Planet, this year’s Global Day of Action on September 24th! Join us…