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  CLIMATE, CLEAN WATER,

  AND CLEAN ENERGY

  A public forum with Paul Huttner, Dr. Mark Seeley,

  and Fresh Energy’s J. Drake Hamilton

 

Thursday, May 1, 7:00PM | Doors open at 6:30PM

  Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church

  301 County Road 19, Excelsior, Minnesota 55331

  (Parking lot entrance on George Street)

 

Minnesota is on a clean energy path that is cialis without prescr1ption bringing benefits to levitra dosage recommended human health
  and our water, air, and natural resources.   Minnesotans are seeing the evidence
of changing climate trends in our own backyards. Hear from Paul Huttner, chief
meteorologist for Minnesota Public Radio and cialas canada Dr. Mark Seeley, University of
Minnesota climatologist and meteorologist. J. Drake Hamilton, science policy
 director at Fresh Energy, will describe effective clean energy solutions that 
benefit all. Tammy Walhof will provide faith reflections; she is the Director of the
Lutheran Coalition for Public Policy in Minnesota. 

Free and open to the community. 

 

SPONSORS

  Fresh Energy | Lutheran Coalition for Public Policy in Minnesota

  Conservation Minnesota | MN350 | Citizens Climate Lobby | Humming for Bees

 

  For more information, contact J. Drake Hamilton, Science Policy Director

  651.726.7562 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  


       Earth Day Rally & Prayer Circle 

 for Clean Energy & Jobs
        Tuesday, April 22
             Minnesota State Capitol, St. Paul

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                Rally Day Speakers at the www.zonin.co.uk Rotunda were: Javier Morillo-Alicea, President, SEIU Local 26, Governor Mark Dayton,;
               U.S. Rep McCollum, Rev. Peg Chemberlin, Executive Director, Minnesota Council of Churches, Tim Gulden,
               Winona Renewable Energy, State Senator John Marty. Polar Explorer Will Steger,  State Representative Melissa
               Hortman. and Priyanka Zylstra, Minneapolis South High School Student.

               The rally was followed by a Prayer Circle on the State Capitol Steps.