Sherburne County Generating Station: 380 workers operating 3 generating units that produce 2,255 megawatts of electricity (at maximum capacity) sitting on 4,500 acres of land along the banks of the Mississippi for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
The Will Steger Foundation Youth Climate Coordinator position directly support WSF’s Youth Program Director and the Emerging Leaders Program, and is responsible for fostering and supporting youth climate leadership across the Midwest, managing relationships with youth climate organizations across the region, and helping the Will Steger Foundation and its partners grow a strong, diverse, and […]
Bill McKibben and the Do the Math Tour were in Minneapolis at the University of Minnesota on Friday November 30th where they spoke to a sold out crowd of over 1200 people. Read More…
Gerardo Ruiz of freener-g, hosts a press conference with Will Steger and other MN business leaders to discuss opportunities from clean energy legislation for future investments and job growth.
MN business leaders respond to Q&A at a Clean Energy Press Event on February 8, 2010. Thousand Hills Cattle Company, Todd Churchill and economist Terry Gips discuss the benefits of market signals for carbon.
Todd Churchill, President and Owner of Thousand Hills Cattle Company shares his thoughts with farmers concerned about rising fuel prices.
On December 7 and December 8, 2011, in Princeton and Grand Rapids, Minnesota, the Will Steger Foundation, the Lutheran Coalition for Public Policy in Minnesota, and Fresh Energy joined together to present public forums on Clean Air, Climate, and Health, with keynote speaker Will Steger.
This year’s UN climate conference – the longest to date – concluded in Durban at 6am Sunday morning after a second all night session of negotiating.
“A People United, Will Never Be Defeated” One week ago in the big march and rally through the streets of Durban those words were echoed over and over along with many other chants as 7,000 activists from all over the world made their statement. Were the delegates and ministers from the 191 countries represented at […]
When we left the U.N. climate negotiations in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2009 without a legally binding agreement that cuts global greenhouse gas emissions, we knew that the road ahead would be just as difficult for each subsequent negotiation.