The Sustainable Growth Coalition will convene all members on September 29, 2022. Contact Britta Dornfeld if you are interested in becoming a member of the Sustainable Growth Coalition.
Come meet staff and celebrate our 30th year at Able Brewing for a beer, a burger from food truck Animales and/or ice cream from MN Nice Cream. Families are welcome. Register here
The core team meets on the first Friday of every other month from 1-2:30 p.m. on Zoom. Contact Emily Kraeske if you are interested in participating or learning more about bi-monthly Clean Air Minnesota project team meetings.
The Board of Directors meets every other month to help Environmental Initiative build partnerships and work collaboratively to solve environmental problems. To learn more about the Board of Directors, visit their about us page.
The mobile source team meets on the second Wednesday of every other month from 3-4 p.m. on Zoom. Contact Emily Kraeske if you are interested in participating or learning more […]
Innovative impact partners will meet to discuss the topic: What does environmental and/or social justice mean for Environmental Initiative? Contact Sacha Seymour-Anderson to learn more.
The wood smoke team meets on the third Tuesday of every other month from 3-4 p.m. on Zoom. Contact Sebastian Wells if you are interested in participating or learning more […]
The Environmental Initiative Board of Directors’ Executive Committee meets every other month. To learn more about the Board of Directors, visit their about us page.
The Environmental Initiative Board of Directors' Development Committee meets every other month. To learn more about the Board of Directors, visit their about us page.
The Second Chance Community Solar Garden was recognized in May 2020 as an environmental innovator for its local energy development, solar model, and impact for low-income communities.
Catching up with Nikki Warner from The Good Acre was a lot of fun and filled me with hope. I am inspired by creative community leaders who are able to pivot quickly when funding and needs shift while keeping true…
Three years ago, Ever-Green Energy and the City of Duluth began transforming a major portion of the city’s energy system, replacing 16 blocks of aged steam pipe in its district energy system with new hot water infrastructure. The project, which won a 2021 Environmental Initiative Award, has achieved significant emission reductions, with a nearly…