U.N. Climate Change Report Called A 'Code Red' For Humanity The United Nations is calling the new climate change report from its Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) a “code red” for humanity.
DNR Planting 100,000 Seedlings To Halt Invasive Grasses In North Shore State ParksThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is working to slow the effects of climate change in forests along the North Shore.
Oxygen Levels In Minnesota Lakes Dropping Faster Than Oceans, Study FindsClimate change is causing earth's temperature to rise, and as that happens, the level of oxygen in our lakes is going down.
Climate 'Normals' Just Got Their Once-Per-Decade Update, With These Impacts In MinnesotaClimate normals are 30-year averages of temperature, rain and snow representing what is now considered normal for our ever-changing climate -- a normal that's just been recalculated.
Minnesota Can Move Forward With 'Clean Car' Rules, Judge SaysMinnesota regulators got a green light Friday to adopt new “clean car” rules without getting approval from the Legislature.
Cloquet Students Celebrate Arbor Day By Planting 500 TreesScience students at Cloquet middle and high schools celebrated Arbor Day by planting 500 trees in their school forest and outdoor classroom.
'It Could Be A Different Place': How Climate Change Could Affect Lake Superior's FutureAs old as it is, Lake Superior is still evolving.
Climatologist: Minnesota Winters Are 'Changing Pretty Quickly Before Our Eyes'Climate experts say winters are trending milder, and that impacts activates and businesses many Minnesotans love -- as well as things that are often unseen.
How The Biden Administration's Stance On Climate Could Impact MinnesotaMany concerned about climate change believe the Biden administration will breathe new life into the battle against what burdens our planet.
Wild Mountain Awarded Carbon Neutral Certification
S.D. Weather Station Breaks U.S. Record For Shortest Gap From 100-Degree Reading To Measurable SnowIt felt like the seasons changed almost overnight in the Twin Cities. But in other parts of the country, that seeming switch happened at a much more pronounced level.