April 2018: Record Cold in the US; Still Hot, GloballyFor many of us, weather (like politics, as Tip O'Neill famously said) is local; it's easy to forget that weather conditions can vary widely.
Amount Of Arctic Sea Ice Is 2nd Lowest On RecordThe four lowest seasonal maxima have all occurred during the last four years.
Report: 2017 Was Minneapolis’ 8th Hottest Year On RecordLast year was reportedly one of the top 10 hottest years on record for the Twin Cities.
Askov Finlayson Promises To Give 110 Percent To 'Keep The North Cold'Askov Finlayson, the downtown Minneapolis outfitter behind the rebranding of Minnesota as “the North,” is putting its money where its mouth is in its fight against climate change.
Scientists Say Chocolate May Be Extinct By 2050Scientists are forecasting that climate change may force the plants that produce chocolate into extinction by 2050.
Counting Down To Another RecordAt this point the die has been cast and, no matter what happens in December, this year will almost certainly end up as the 3rd warmest on record.
St. Paul Signs Chicago Pact On Climate ChangeMayor Rahm Emanuel says 10 more cities have joined Chicago's effort to address climate change after President Donald Trump said the U.S. will pull out of the Paris climate accord.
Minnesota Winters Among America's Fastest Warming, Analysis SaysWinters in Minneapolis-St. Paul have each warmed 6.0° F since 1970, behind only Burlington, Vermont.
Studies: People Who Grew Up In Warm Climates Are More Outgoing, Emotionally StableTwo large studies conducted in the United States and China suggest that the temperature of the regional environment plays a role in shaping one’s personality.
St. Paul Time Capsule Highlights Climate ChangeA time capsule is putting the spotlight on climate change.
15,000 Scientists From All Over The World Issue 'Warning To Humanity'Over 15,000 scientists issued a warning about the growing impact of climate change and the possibility of an extinction-level event in the near future.
Judge Allows 'Necessity Defense' In Enbridge Pipeline CaseA Minnesota judge has taken the unusual step of allowing four protesters to use a "necessity defense," enabling them to present evidence that the threat of climate change from Canadian tar sands crude justified their attempt to shut down two Enbridge Energy pipelines last year.