CollaborationDuluthEnbridge Line 5 and Other PipelinesEquity and Environmental JusticeGroundwater ContaminationIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentLatest NewsMinnesotaNewsPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeU.S. and Canadian Federal GovernmentsWater Quality and Restoration Efforts-
Biden never addressed the Line 3 or Twin Metals projects during his presidential primary campaign and has continued to avoid taking a stand since becoming the likely Democratic nominee.
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The Port of Duluth-Superior is one of the largest ports in the U.S., and its second largest commodity is coal.
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There has been a growing climate movement in Duluth, a city that advertises itself as an outdoor haven with access to fresh air, clean water and Lake Superior.
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‘Wiggle room,’ deleted emails, and a controversial phone call: What we learned after five days of testimony in the PolyMet hearing-
Everyone concedes the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s handling of a water pollution permit for the controversial PolyMet project was far from normal. The big question is whether it was improper.
Former EPA official: Minnesota regulators wanted PolyMet critiques kept out of public comment to avoid ‘press’-
Kevin Pierard, who oversaw the permit at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, said state officials asked him to submit concerns after a public comment period because, among other things, the critique would “create a good deal of press.”