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Key dates for Clean Power Plan

Advocates and rulemakers will work within a proposed timeline as the Clean Power Plan moves forward. View key dates for the Clean Power Plan below: Clean Power Plan Timeline June 2014 – EPA releases draft rule for Clean Power Plan. October 2014 – Notice of Data Availability for proposed CPP. December 2014 – Public comments Read more…

Responding Together: Community Emergency Response April 11, 2015

In 2012, the Zenteotl Project organized the first community-led emergency response event in Minneapolis. This year CEED will again be collaborating with the Zenteotl CERT Planning Committee to organize the second Responding Together Community Emergency Preparedness We recently held Makers and Bakers, a craft fair, bake sale and silent auction to raise nearly $1000 in Read more…

Indigenous Youth Mentoring Program Launched

CEED and the 7th Generation National Tribal Mentoring Program joined forces to sponsor the Peace Carriers for Mother Earth Program for Indigenous youth.  Partially funded by Hennepin County Green Partners, it began with a week long training for the youth on energy and environmental justice. They each earned a certificate for participating in the program Read more…

Makers and Bakers: Craft Fair and Fundraiser

On December 14th, 2014, CEED hosted a successful fundraiser featuring locally made gifts for the holiday season.   More than twenty community artisans and crafters sold their goods at this event located at Southpoint Acupuncture inside Plaza Verde at 1510 East Lake Street, Minneapolis.   In addition to a variety of local, sustainable, and handmade Read more…

Minneapolis Environmental Commission Urges Green Zones and City Action to Eliminate Racial Disparities

To mark the 20th Anniversary of the of the Environmental Justice Presidential Executive Order, the Minneapolis Community Environmental Advisory Commission (CEAC) is urging the Mayor and City Council to eliminate the persistent, disproportionate environmental risks experienced by low-income and residents of color in Minneapolis.  CEED’s Shalini Gupta and other environmental justice leaders and allies that Read more…