Rather than a do-over, the judge concluded only that “the Corps will have to reconsider those sections of its environmental analysis.”
Let’s take a look at the impact of clean energy on Minnesota’s economy so far — and what we still need to do.
The single most important climate action we can take is an aggressive carbon-free nuclear energy policy.
The executive orders are not accomplishments but rather promises to accomplish something, unless the courts or Congress or public pressure block the way.
An estimated 10,000 demonstrators marched from Cathedral Hill Park to the Minnesota State Capitol on Earth Day this past Saturday.
Two experienced, moderate advocates see a generation of progress on environmental stewardship at risk, with no guarantee of help from Washington.
Our state leaders must come together this session to build on the progress we’ve made, providing Minnesotans with a cleaner, more affordable and resilient energy system.
The measurements can be “noisy,” explains St. Thomas professor John Abraham, but the warming signal within them is clear.
A St. Thomas prof who worked on the study explains how even small errors in ocean assessments can have big consequences.
This goes beyond silly and transparent revisionism. It’s an attempt to muddy some serious shortcomings in the Corps’ performance on DAPL that are little known and less understood.
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