Learn how one family from Two Harbors is engaging as leaders in the climate movement in Minnesota! Sea Change is an ambitious three year sailing and community-growing project with the purpose of enhancing climate change awareness and education, and building alliances in communities along the shores of Lake Superior. The climate is changing, and scientific evidence is overwhelming that greenhouse gases (CO2 emissions from the burning of fossil fuels in particular) are the principle cause. […]
MN Climate Movement Partners
MN350 is excited to highlight the Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy, a local nonprofit working to bring justice to sustainability. Take a moment to read the Twin Cities Peoples Agreement on Climate Change and sign on to this powerful document. The following information is cross-posted from the Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy. Twin Cities Peoples Agreement on Climate Change Released Organizer Isaac Martín explaining Climate Action Plan On May 31st, CEED hosted a community […]
Envision Minnesota works to connect the dots working to help Minnesotans envision a different future: a Minnesota focused on thoughtful development and thriving communities. We envision a state that leads the country in developing policies that support bustling main streets, successful downtowns and vibrant neighborhoods. We envision a state where informed residents can participate in designing communities rich with transportation and housing choices for people at all income levels and stages of life. We envision […]
The Women’s Environmental Institute connects the dots between climate change, justice and the food system.
Clean Water Action connects the dots between climate change and clean water. To learn more about their Minnesota programs visit their website.
John Crampton and Jill Crafton of the Izaak Walton League of Minnesota take a common-sense approach toward protecting our country’s natural heritage and improving outdoor recreation opportunities for all Americans. They connect the dots between climate change an our changing natural resources working on a broad range of policy and engagement issues.
The Minnesota Project connects the dots between climate change, energy and food production, and poverty, and works to reduce food waste and promote energy efficiency in rural communities. The Fruits of the City program aims to capture fresh fruit that would otherwise go to waste and redistribute it to those in need. In 2011, we partnered with Second Harvest Heartland to glean over 31,000 pounds of fruit.
Our family grows shade-grown coffee in Honduras where they have noticed changes in their mountain climate that has impacted coffee production. Sometimes more, sometimes less rain than usual. Coffee flowering at irregular times… Velasquez Family Coffee was started by Guillermo and Cathy Velasquez to sell the high quality coffee in Minnesota ensuring the farmers a livable income and supports their effort to protect and enhance the precious cloud forest ecosystem where they farm. Velasquez […]
Great group of letter writers connecting the dots!
Leah and Ariane volunteer for Eureka recycling and the Minnesota Environmental Partnership Living Green Expo. Eureka! connects the dots by being a zero-waste organization located in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul with a wide range of initiatives focusing on reuse, recycling, composting, waste reduction, producer responsibility, and more.