On Monday, Governor Tim Walz signed a new executive order he hopes will make Minnesota a leader when it comes to Climate Change, Lisa Meadows reports (2:04). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Dec. 2, 2019

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Gov. Tim Walz Signs Executive Order On Climate ChangeOn Monday, Governor Tim Walz signed a new executive order he hopes will make Minnesota a leader when it comes to Climate Change, Lisa Meadows reports (2:04). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Dec. 2, 2019
Gov. Tim Walz Signs Executive Order On Climate ChangeMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz says the time of waiting and debating are over, and action on climate change is needed, Kim Johnson reports (0:47). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Dec. 2, 2019
National Recycling Day: Mpls-Based Company Talks Reducing Plastic WasteToday is National Recycling Day and a Minneapolis-based company is doing its part to reduce plastic waste. Chris Chamberlin from Minneapolis-based r.Cup is here with us. (2:51) WCCO Mid-Morning – Nov. 15, 2019
Where Do All The Plastic Bags Go?Max from New Hope and Julie from Bemidji wanted to know: Where do the plastic bags go? The news team discusses. (3:04) WCCO Mid-Morning – Nov. 1, 2019
Solar Homes TourAs part of a nationwide program, homes all around the Twin Cities will be on display as part of a solar energy open house. Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield has an inside look at the homes and the cost (2:19). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Oct. 4, 2019
Historic Fort Snelling ReopensAfter a torrential spring flood destroyed the park’s buildings, roads, and water supply, Esme Murphy reports on the park’s reopening (1:40). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Sept. 17, 2019
Walz Signs Order Creating Governor's Biofuels CouncilOn Monday Governor Tim Walz put pen to paper giving a hand to our homegrown clean fuels industry, Bill Hudson reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Sept. 16, 2019
Make Those Midday Meals More Eco-FriendlyEighty-eight percent of Americans agree that recycling is important, according to a Republic Services survey, but nearly half of them failed a basic recycling quiz. Lifestyle contributor Jasmine Stringer has teamed up with Recycling Services to help make midday meals at school or work a little more eco-friendly. (3:16) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 10, 2019
St. Paul Debuts Green Public Works VehiclesMarielle Mohs explains why these utility trucks are doing much more than cleaning streets and heavy lifting (1:36). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Sept. 9, 2019
St. Paul Adds Environmentally Friendly Vehicles To Its FleetThe city of St. Paul is adding environmentally-friendly vehicles to its fleet, Marielle Mohs reports (1:34). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Sept. 9, 2019
4 At The Fair: 4H Animal CompetitionsYou can't come to the State Fair without seeing some live animals. Frank and Amelia are joined by 4H’ers and their animals (2:14).WCCO 4 News at the Fair – Aug. 22, 2019
U.S. Bank First Stadium In America To Reach Highest Sustainability RatingU.S. Bank Stadium is home to the Purple and Gold, but today it’s proud to be green, Amelia Santaniello reports (0:34). WCCO 4 News At 6 – Aug. 8, 2019
Cargill Launches Plan To Reduce Methane From CattleIt's a big concern, how to grow enough food to feed a world but at the same time protect the planet? That's why Cargill is launching a plan to cut methane gas emissions from its North American cattle operations, Bill Hudson explains (1:55). WCCO 4 News At 5 – July 26, 2019
Study: Air Pollution Accounted For 30,000 U.S. Deaths In 2015A disturbing new study shows that air pollution could be to blame for 30,000 deaths in the U.S. in 2015. The news team discusses. (2:51) WCCO Mid-Morning – July 25, 2019
Brooklyn Park Completes Minnesota’s Largest Solar ProjectA community in the north metro just completed the largest solar project of any city in Minnesota. And the project didn't cost taxpayers any money, Lisa Meadows explains (1:55). WCCO 4 News At 5 – July 8, 2019
Virginia Tech Team Wins Dubai Solar Decathlon With FutureHAUSWe all want to know what our homes might look like in the future. Natalie Brand takes us inside a house using solar power that's set to disrupt the building industry. (2:03) WCCO 4 News At Noon – June 20, 2019
Seasonal Fish Kill Happening Later Than UsualThe DNR says bacteria is weeding out the weaker fish in Twin Cities Lakes, causing a season fish kill (0:32). WCCO 4 News At 5 -- June 19, 2019
Xcel To Retire Last 2 Coal-Burning Plants By 2030After decades of relying on coal to fuel its electrical production, Xcel Energy says no more. (0:49) WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 20, 2019
Gypsy Moth Spraying Delayed Due To Cool WeatherThis week's Gypsy Moth spraying in Stillwater and Lakeville has been delayed at least a week because of the cool weather, Kim Johnson reports (0:24). WCCO 4 News At 12 – May 13, 2019
A Closer Look: Twin Cities’ Eco-Friendly BusinessesNielsen predicts in two years consumers will spend about $150 billion on products that have one word attached to them: sustainability. The eco-friendly options are growing for companies big and small. Christiane Cordero joins us to explain what that process looks like for businesses right here in the Twin Cities. WCCO This Morning – May 10, 2019
A Closer Look: Twin Cities’ Eco-Friendly BusinessesNielsen predicts in two years consumers will spend about $150 billion on products that have one word attached to them: sustainability. The eco-friendly options are growing for companies big and small. Christiane Cordero joins us to explain what that process looks like for businesses right here in the Twin Cities. (1:25) WCCO This Morning – May 10, 2019
‘Party For The Planet’ At Como ZooKatie Steiner is in St. Paul for a unique event at the Como Zoo (2:10). WCCO Saturday Morning - April 27, 2019
First Avenue Tries Out Reusable CupsThe beer hasn't changed, but lately, the cups it is served in look a little different at First Avenue, reports Mary McGuire (2:12). WCCO 4 News At 10 – April 24, 2019
9 New Solar Sites To Reduce Carbon Footprint At The ‘U’The University of Minnesota wants to be carbon emission neutral by 2050, Erin Hassanzadeh reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Apr. 24, 2019

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