Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act: Major Climate Wins

Written by Josh Jay, Summer Policy Intern The Inflation Reduction Act has passed the Senate, 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 51. Vice President Kamala Harris cast…

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Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act: Major Climate Wins

Deepening Our Commitment

MCE has worked on nuclear and other hazardous waste issues throughout Missouri for decades, and recently we have been engaged with addressing the public health disaster at West Lake Landfill and Coldwater Creek. In partnership with Just Moms STL, we were successful in receiving a record of decision from the EPA in 2018 to commit…

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Deepening Our Commitment

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

2023 Farm Bill Action Page

MCE’s campaign work for the 2023 Farm Bill is underway! Together with our partners in the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, we are working to ensure the next Farm Bill supports our farmers, our health, and our environment. Check back to this page over the next year to find our important calls to action for the…

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MCE Seeks Candidates for Our Board of Directors

The Missouri Coalition for the Environment (MCE) is seeking nominees to join our dedicated board of directors to further our mission of educating, organizing, and advocating in defense of Missouri’s people and their environment. Board Member Expectations The total time commitment varies based on your level of engagement with MCE. Most board members average 4-5…

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MCE Seeks Candidates for Our Board of Directors

MCE Statement on St. Louis County Prop D

On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, residents of St. Louis County will have the opportunity to decide whether approximately 3 acres of land in Queeny Park along with a few buildings on those acres should be leased for 40 years to a private daycare and primary school named Raintree School. It has been estimated by STLCOPR…

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MCE Statement on St. Louis County Prop D