The facts are clear: climate change is happening. Here in Minnesota, we can feel the effects in increasing temperatures and increased flooding, which threatens our infrastructure, costs taxpayer dollars, and hurts farmers’ ability to harvest their crops.

I believe we can find bipartisan solutions to make progress for our environment, our economy and for future generations. Common sense initiatives like instituting a fee and dividend program to reduce our nation’s reliance on fossil fuels and other market-based solutions like the new E-15 rule are opportunities for us to adapt and harness economic growth while also combatting climate change.


More on Environment

April 11, 2019 Press Release

Today, U.S. Rep Angie Craig’s (MN-02) bill cosponsored by Rep. Brian Mast (FL-18) to reduce harmful water pollution in our local waters passed out of the House with overwhelming bipartisan support.

March 27, 2019 Press Release

WASHINGTON [03/27/19] – Today, U.S. Rep. Angie Craig’s first bipartisan bill, H.R. 1331, the Local Water Protection Act, was brought under consideration by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Introduced alongside Republican Rep. Brian Mast (FL-18), the bill would reauthorize and increase voluntary grant funds for local and state governments to implement conservation improvements and decrease water pollution caused by snowmelt and storm runoff.

March 13, 2019 Press Release

Today, Congresswoman Angie Craig released the following statement after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler signed the proposed E15 rule, taking a critical step towards year-round E15 sales.

February 25, 2019 Press Release

U.S. Rep Angie Craig (MN-02) is leading a bipartisan effort with U.S. Rep. Brian Mast (FL-18) to reduce harmful water pollution in our lakes, rivers, wetlands, coastal waters and ground waters caused by the runoff of snowmelt and rainfall.

The Local Water Protection Act increases a voluntary grant fund designed to give local and state governments the flexibility to make conservation practice improvements aimed at decreasing water pollutants through partnerships within their communities.