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WaterLegacy in the News
MPR News | May 3, 2022
“It is an important and inspiring thing when a tribe is exercising stewardship of clean water,” said Paula Maccabee, attorney and advocacy director for the environmental group WaterLegacy.
KARE11 | April 19, 2022
“It is so important that Minnesota agencies be held accountable when they circumvent laws that were meant to protect the integrity of the regulatory process,” said Paula Maccabee, counsel for WaterLegacy, one of the three parties that asked the Supreme Court to step in.
MPR News | January 24, 2022
“In Monday’s ruling, the appeals court agreed with the environmental groups and the Fond du Lac Band that the PCA erred by not analyzing whether any contaminated seepage from the mine could make its way into lakes and streams in violation of federal law.”
What (if anything) does a deal with Tesla mean for the controversial Tamarack mining project in northern Minnesota?
MinnPost | January 19, 2022
“[Paula Maccabee] said the high-grade deposit means more potential for acid mine drainage, and noted Talon could expand its project later on to make the area a large mining district. And Maccabee said she doesn’t trust state mining regulators to adequately protect water.”
Duluth News Tribune | January 15, 2022
“With many affordable, high-energy technologies in the works, it’s clear nickel will soon lose its luster in the battery marketplace for electric vehicles, as cheaper, more reliable, and more energy-dense battery technologies move into production.” -Tom Anderson