Omaha World-Herald: Jane Kleeb’s Nebraska group launches new clean energy model fueled by $3 million grant

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Omaha World-Herald: Jane Kleeb’s Nebraska group launches new clean energy model fueled by $3 million grant Julie Anderson, July 2, 2024 “A Nebraska group that got its start organizing rural alliances to fight oil pipelines now is seeking to forge similar partnerships to catalyze renewable energy projects — and harvest the economic benefits that can […]
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Tell the York County Board: I Support Solar, with Reasonable Setbacks

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York County is currently considering what most folks would probably consider to be unreasonable “setback” distance requirements for solar energy development in the county. A recent poll found that nearly 90% of York County residents believe landowners have the right to allow solar projects on their land, while more than 60% are comfortable with solar […]

Bold Founder Jane Kleeb Receives 2023 Climate Breakthrough Award

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Congrats to our Bold Founder Jane Kleeb for being named a recipient of the 2023 Climate Breakthrough Award, the largest global climate funding award for individuals. With this award, Jane is creating a new project called Energy Builders that will focus on a new economic model around clean energy in rural communities. For too long climate action […]

Tell Sec. Pete: PHMSA Must Take Action Now on CO2 Pipeline Safety

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Thousands of impacted landowners, Tribal Nations, individual counties, cities and other communities across the U.S. have voiced major concerns about the terrifyingly large gaps in regulations on pipelines carrying carbon dioxide (CO2). Right now, developers are proposing a significant number of new interstate CO2 pipelines that would cross Midwest states including Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, […]

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We mobilize unlikely alliances to protect the land and water.

Bold Nebraska is best known for our work with an unlikely alliance of farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations and citizens to stop the risky Keystone XL pipeline. We work on issues including eminent domain, clean energy, small family farms and lifting up small businesses who represent the Good Life with our Made in the Neb project. You can find us in the streets, corn fields and in the State Capitol standing up for property rights and standing with citizens as we work to protect the land, water and climate.