Remembering David Lobbig

With sorrow, we are reporting to you the passing of our longtime friend and supporter, David Lobbig, on January 1, 2023. David always made time for people and for conversation, both in person and via email. He was known for being patient, attentive, thoughtful, thorough, and an eloquent communicator.  David was a board member of…

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A Big Win for Missouri

By Jim Karpowicz When the Department of Natural Resources purchased 4,197 pristine acres along the Eleven Point River, intent on the creation of a spectacular new state park, local special interests developed a curious strategy in opposition. Claiming a state park would somehow negate the existing Wild & Scenic easement along the river, nearby landowners…

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A Big Win for Missouri

2022 Fall Alert Newsletter

The Alert Newsletter is published by the Missouri Coalition for the Environment twice per year in April and October. Members of MCE receive a mailed version of the newsletter prior to the digital version being uploaded on the website.

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Known & Grown Updates

By Rae Miller & Chris Wimmer This summer Known and Grown has used BRIC (Building Resilient and Inclusive Communities) Grant funds to mentor and assist A Red Circle and Be Well Cafe in their mission to build a more equitable and inclusive food system in North St. Louis City and County. At A Red Circle…

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Known & Grown Updates

Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act: Major Climate Wins

Written by Josh Jay, Summer Policy Intern President Biden signed The Inflation Reduction Act into law on Tuesday, August 16, 2022, and there is much to be thankful for in the MCE community! After weeks of negotiations, the Senate passed the bill through the reconciliation process, reducing the number of votes needed from 60 to…

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Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act: Major Climate Wins

Talking Points for DNR’s Ozone Transport Rule Hearing

This Thursday, July 28th at 9 AM the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is holding a public hearing to discuss Missouri’s proposed State Implementation Plan (SIP) to reduce interstate ozone pollution in compliance with the EPA’s proposed Ozone Transport Rule. Missouri’s proposal does not adequately evaluate or address harmful ozone pollution generated in Missouri…

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Talking Points for DNR’s Ozone Transport Rule Hearing