“I do believe that this location was selected because we are African Americans,” says 75-year-old activist Ella Rose. “People need to know our lives count, too.”
The waste-sorting operation would produce material that could be turned into an energy feedstock by customers.
Yogaville leaders hope their investments in solar power send a message about opposing the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Advocating for Wisconsin consumers often — but not always — means supporting clean energy causes, too.
The legislation now before the Senate would significantly increase penalties for trespassing at “critical infrastructure.”