The climate rhetoric coming from the new Democrats is as radical as Congress has ever heard.
Some of the world’s most evolutionarily unique fishes are also among its most imperiled, with illegal harvest and unintended harvest as key pressures.
An FAQ about the $2.6 billion project.
Earthquakes are pretty uncommon in Minnesota — but they do happen.
Speaking at Fleming Field airport in South St. Paul, Peterson offered some insights on the legislation — and the political dynamics of why it took so long for lawmakers to reach an agreement.
If this strikes you as interesting (or preposterous), you might spend a little time with Stefano Mancuso’s slim and engaging book, “Brilliant Green: The Surprising History and Science of Plant Intelligence.”
The government predicts global warming will present threats to human health and infrastructure in the region, as well as to some of Minnesota’s most important crops, animals and ecosystems.
With Democrats in the majority in the House, McCollum will have a lot more power to impact environmental issues closely watched by many Minnesotans.
Did you know that wildlife smuggling is the world’s fourth-largest sector of illicit trade, after drugs, human trafficking and counterfeit goods?
Environmental groups don’t expect a much of a change on two of the state’s most fiercely-contested natural resources projects: PolyMet’s proposed copper-nickel mine and Enbridge’s plan to replace an aging oil pipeline.
Delay is a reckless option. It is not too late, but coasting away from fossil fuel won’t do. We need to slam the brakes.
When Gov. Jerry Brown toured Paradise the other day and said, sincerely, that it looked “like a war zone,” he elevated a throwaway line to piercing truth.
The Army Ordnance Department authorized construction of the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant (TCOP) in the spring of 1941.
Exactly what policies the DFL may be able to send to Walz’s desk with a new House majority is far from clear. But Tuesday’s election results may be as much about what won’t get passed by the Legislature as what will get through.
People tend to vote for more parks, if the cost isn’t too high. Progress on mining, energy or climate is harder.
Have you heard the sleazy tale about “glider trucks,” shady campaign contributions, and a tiny business interest’s big gift from Donald Trump and his Environmental Protection Agency?
The decision marks a pivotal moment for the $1 billion project — and could have political ramifications just days before the Nov. 6 elections.
Even if the market for industrial hemp becomes viable, a green revolution isn’t likely to result from mass production of the crop.
For the U team, the technology brings more than flash; it has serious potential advantages over typical carp removal methods around Minnesota, which Bajer said can be time and labor intensive.
Meet some ‘ecological agrarians,’ who’ve never separated the natural world from food production.