Cloquet alum takes on big issues in D.C.

 

August 30, 2019

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Alexander Maki, a 2003 Cloquet High School graduate, poses with U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota. Maki is a science and technology fellow who works as a part of Klobuchar's office to understand climate change, people's perceptions about climate change, and how we can change our behaviors to help save the environment.

When the school year is done and the seniors' final year comes to a close, Carlton County grads are released into the world to travel far and wide to educate themselves, explore new opportunities, and make the world a better place.

One 2003 Cloquet graduate took the opportunity to help the world and now stands on the congressional battleground to tackle climate change and our own human behaviors.

Alexander Maki left Cloquet to acquire an undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth in philosophy and psychology. Maki realized during his last year as an undergraduate that he...



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