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VIDEO: June 6: A Social Movement
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VIDEO: June 6: A Social Movement

MN350 is happy to announce our newest video, telling the story of extractive industry across the Great Lakes and announcing the biggest tar sands action ever in the region! Watch it here:   Make sure to join us on June 6 in St. Paul: tarsandsresistance.org/?source=MN350. Learn more about the march on June 6.

Join us June 6 for the Tar Sands Resistance March!
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Join us June 6 for the Tar Sands Resistance March!

On June 6, thousands of people from across the Great Lakes region will come together for the Tar Sands Resistance March, the largest action against tar sands ever in the region! CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Bill McKibben, 350.org cofounder (yes, he’ll be here in person!) Kandi Mossett from the Indigenous Environmental Network Rev. Yearwood from the Hip Hop Caucus Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club Sharon Day, local Anishinaabe elder & activist MN350′s own […]

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Enbridge Over Troubled Waters Event (7/27/14)

For Immediate Release Contact: Kate Jacobson, Kate@mn350.org 651-402-8901, Treana Mayer, Treana.Mayer@350.org, 612-272-3887 Minnesotans Gather to Demonstrate Against Local Tar Sands Pipeline Expansion Minneapolis, MN — “Enbridge Over Troubled Waters” is a demonstration of Minnesotans working to secure a livable future as they join together in demanding that tar sands stay in the ground, and are deliberately replaced with renewable, alternative energy sources. WHEN:  Saturday, July 27th at 4:30pm WHERE:  Stone Arch Bridge, Minneapolis, MN WHAT:  Street theater portraying […]

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Join Us for Alberta Clipper Community Meetings!

Are you concerned about climate change? How will the Alberta Clipper tar sands pipeline impact your property? What can residents and landowners do about the Alberta Clipper and other Enbridge pipeline proposals such as the Sandpiper and Line 3? Please come to this informational forum sponsored by MN350 and Minnesota Environmental Partnership. Get to know your neighbors who share your concerns. Learn how you can protect your land and northern Minnesota. Click to RSVP online […]

We’re Hiring!
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We’re Hiring!

MN350 is seeking an Executive Director to work alongside an amazing group of volunteer leaders and a few dedicated staff in our young and innovative organization as it grows into a new level of organizational capacity.  We seek a talented, skillful, energetic candidate who is deeply committed to building a climate movement in Minnesota and is able to work with a broad spectrum of people, both inside and outside the organization.  The ideal candidate will […]

Join MN350 at hearings to stop Sandpiper!
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Join MN350 at hearings to stop Sandpiper!

Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge plans to build a new pipeline across northern Minnesota to carry fracked crude oil. The Sandpiper project is a bad idea — bad for the climate, bad for our waters, and bad for treaty rights — and we need to make ourselves heard. This pipeline would establish an entirely new crude oil corridor across Minnesota, and Enbridge has already announced plans to put two more pipelines in this new corridor. The […]

Minnesotans Make a Powerful Statement at MN PUC
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Minnesotans Make a Powerful Statement at MN PUC

On December 18, 2014, the Public Utilities Commission decided against reopening the case on the Alberta Clipper second capacity increase. This was no surprise as they rarely reopen cases once they have made their decision. Whether additional tar sands dilbit (from 570,000 up to 800,000 barrels per day) will flow on the Alberta Clipper has now moved to the Federal level.In anticipation of this decision, the MN350 Tar Sands team had prepared a powerful but […]

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Minnesotans Make Powerful Statement at MNPUC

On December 18, the Public Utilities Commission decided against reopening the case on the Alberta Clipper second capacity increase. This was no surprise as they rarely reopen cases once they have made their decision. Whether additional tar sands dilbit (from 570,000 up to 800,000 barrels per day) will flow on the Alberta Clipper has now moved to the Federal level.In anticipation of this decision, the MN350 Tar Sands team had prepared a powerful but respectful […]

Community Meeting & Comment Session: Oil Railroad Safety
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Community Meeting & Comment Session: Oil Railroad Safety

Join MN350 and allies to call for public safety and health regulations that support the health and safety of our communities! When:  Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 7 – 9 PM Where: Historic Como Street Car Station, 1224 Lexington Pkwy N, St Paul, MN 55103 (Lexington & Horton, in Como Park) Speaker: Dave Riehle, a retired locomotive engineer with Union Pacific railroad, and a former Local Chairman for United Transportation Union Local 650. Bring a laptop […]

Solidarity Events in Minnesota for the People’s Climate March!
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Solidarity Events in Minnesota for the People’s Climate March!

Duluth September 21st 1:30-2:30pm People’s Climate Hike Duluth. Join in fellowship with others around the world who are standing up for our planet. We’ll participate in a uniquely Duluth way, with a hike! We will hike and we will celebrate creation together with our prayers and hopes. Join us at Kingsbury Creek Trailhead and please bring family and friends to support our climate teamwork. Get into touch with if you have questions sallymunger43@gmail.com Twin Cities September 18th […]