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The Minneapolis Foundation has awarded its first round of grants to involve low-income, diverse communities in climate change initiatives. One would bring electric cars and charging stations to low...
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MPR News chief meteorologist and Climate Cast host Paul Huttner sits down with Former Vice President Al Gore at his Climate Reality Leadership Corps training in Minneapolis.
Listening to the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change
A new study published in the journal Science estimates that massive reforestation efforts could cut atmospheric carbon by about 25 percent. But are those numbers accurate?
Summer storms have ripped through the region, there's a new tick to talk about and algae blooms have taken over some Minnesota lakes. Chief meteorologist Paul Huttner was in the host seat and he co...
Several media outlets are changing their stylebooks to replace the words climate change with climate crisis. Is this a good move that more accurately reflects the reality of the situation? Or does ...
As climate events become more extreme, what's the most accurate way for news organizations describe, climate change?
Climate change is already affecting food production around the world, and it's unfolding in interesting ways.
Some recent studies on the rate of species extinction are getting a lot of attention. Habitats change as climate shifts. How will species adapt? Elizabeth Crone, a biology professor at Tufts Univ...
Threats to Minnesota's lakes and rivers, and how to best combat them, brought people from around the state together in Walker this week.