About the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy (MCEA)

Since 1974, the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy has been protecting our water, air, land and people.

MCEA works with government agencies, the Legislature, and the courts to set sound environmental policy, to ensure good laws are enacted, and to enforce the law when needed. We are committed to working across all sectors – private and public, profit and nonprofit, political and academic – to form the partnerships needed to succeed. Real environmental issues are complex and real environmental progress takes time. MCEA is in it for the long haul.

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  • Clean Power Plan: floors turning into ceilings? Posted 2 days ago
    Here is a recent article in the Washington Post showing how little Kentucky will actually have to do to hit its goals under the Clean Power Plan. Similar articles have popped up around the country. Despite all the apocalyptic yelling about how the Clean Power Plan will bring the US economy to ...
  • Climate, air pollution, environmental justice, racial justice Posted 6 days ago
    Important op-ed from Congressman Keith Ellison (D-MN) and Van Jones in today's Guardian.  So often, we put issues like environmental protection and racial justice in separate pigeonholes, but, as the editorial explains, that is a mistake.  People of color bear the brunt of problems like air pollution, and the cost ...
  • Broken transportation politics Posted last week
    Article in ProPublica today about how Congress cannot raise the gas tax, even though business, labor, environmental groups all support it, and a growing list of red states have raised their gas taxes for growing infrastructure needs without any significant political blowback.  Obviously, Minnesota's current situation parallels Washington's, as we continue ...

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