There is an exciting and impactful bill moving in the Minnesota House of Representatives to shift Minnesota to 100 percent carbon-free energy.
As of 2005, emissions have risen 32 percent from residential and 15 percent from commercial buildings.
When relationship building is a priority, when narratives are centered, leadership enables us to confidently challenge spaces that have excluded and dismissed lived experience.
Recently, the last two coal units in Minnesota, at the Clay Boswell facility owned by Minnesota Power, announced retirement dates in 2030 and 2035.
It took me about two weeks to wade through enough information to understand the value of solar. By then I had run out of excuses to not make a decision to move ahead.
If women understood their ability to change the power of their communities and homes to efficient clean energy, it would tip the scales in our country’s energy consumption.
“It’s all about access. Buying LED light bulbs and buying organic, locally grown produce is an important first step. But how can we give everyone access to these solutions?”