Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy

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The Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy (MCEA) protects and defends Minnesota’s environment. They work in the courts, the legislature and state agencies, using science and policy, to develop, communicate and implement environmental change. They are a statewide, nonprofit, environmental advocacy group. The MCEA focuses on five primary program areas:

  • Public Health
  • Transportation and Land Use
  • Water Quality
  • Wildlife and Natural Resources
  • Clean Energy [1]

Targeted coal plant proposals

Group details

26 E. Exchange St.
Ste. 206
St. Paul, MN 55101
Phone: 651.223.5969
Fax: 651.223.5967

Location: St. Paul, MN
Contact: mcea [at] mncenter.org
Group website: Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy

Articles and Resources


  1. "About MCEA", accessed February 2008.

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