Please note that this month’s meeting will be held remotely.
We will not be meeting in person. Please email us to receive call-in information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Week of Action August 3-7, 2020
Organizations and grassroots efforts across Wisconsin are joining together during the first week of August to call upon utilities to close dirty, expensive, oppressive, coal-fueled power plants.
RSVP now to receive updates and details so you can take collective action each day.
Documentary Premiere of “We Neighbors” and Presentation on History of Coal in Southeast Wisconsin
A free event co-hosted by the Clean Power Coalition of Southeast WI, the Sierra Club Southeast Gateway Group, the Eco Justice Center, the Root River Council, 350 Milwaukee, Racine Dominicans, and Greening Greater Racine
This free event open to the public features testimony by concerned and impacted neighbors of We Energies’ coal-fueled power plant in Oak Creek, followed by insights and Q&A by local historian and train expert, Keith Kohlmann.
Thursday, Jan 23, 6:30pm (add to your calendar)
River Bend Nature Center, 3600 N Green Bay Rd, Racine, WI
For details and to RSVP, click here.
Attend the rate case public hearing in Milwaukee on October 15 to give your comments, or submit written comments. Details here. Sierra Club and the CPC will hold an online training webinar October 8 at 5:30pm that will provide talking points and tips for those interested in making oral or written comments. Click to RSVP
Sierra Club is hosting a volunteer night October 8 from 6:30 – 8:30 to call people and make sure the hearing is packed. We’ll be phone banking, texting people (don’t worry-you don’t use your number!), creating Facebook posts and more. We’ll have pizza and vegan snacks. It will be fun and important! Sign up here.
Ride for Renewables
Public Listening Session – 4 April, 6 pm
Do you have something to say to We Energies about their coal plants?
The Clean Power Coalition is hosting a public listening session for Southeast Wisconsin residents to express their concerns about the Oak Creek coal plants to the utilities that own them. We Energies has agreed to send representatives, as well as Madison Gas & Electric and WPPI Energy, two other utilities who co-own the newer of the two plants.
If you want to speak, please fill out the RSVP form below.
There will also be an opportunity to sign up to speak at the event. Speaking preference will be given to those living nearest to the plant and coal trains.
WHAT: Public Listening Session with Utility Executives, hosted by the Clean Power Coalition of Southeast Wisconsin
WHEN: Wednesday, April 4th, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Oak Creek Library Multi-Purpose Room, 8040 S 6th St, Oak Creek, WI 53154
WHO: Coal plant neighbors, affected residents, concerned parents, clean energy and climate advocates, and YOU!
RSVP: RSVP Form
Coal & Health: A Community Discussion
Wednesday, March 21 at 6 PM – 7:30 PM
Oak Creek WI Public Library
8040 S 6th Street, Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154
Could coal be making you sick? If you live near a coal plant, a coal train route, or even simply breathe air or drink water in Southeast Wisconsin, you could be affected. Come learn from a panel of doctors, air quality experts, and community activists about how coal electricity is harming people’s health in Southeast Wisconsin and how we can fight for a clean energy future.