A long-lived conundrum, over disparity between measurements and climate models, is resolved in modeling’s favor.
The Ross Ice Shelf appears to be melting in previously unknown ways. The same mechanisms could be melting other giant ice shelves, too.
A public park since 1910, the ancient bluff serves as an impressive landmark.
Without a doubt, consensus was strongest on various measures of progress toward a renewably powered world during 2018.
Former Gov. Mark Dayton’s administration opposed the controversial proposal. Whether that approach will continue under Gov. Tim Walz is now unclear.
Tension between environmentalists and industry has become a hallmark of DFL politics. Walz is trying to keep both groups happy.
Three tales of things buried beneath the earth.
From climate change’s potential to bring social collapse to ideas on why feathered dinosaurs survived.
The developments left political opponents and environmental groups reeling, even as an attempt to cement a critical land-exchange between PolyMet and the U.S. Forest Service fell apart on Thursday.
The so-called “transparency rule” would exclude all epidemiology research from use in setting clean-air standards.
MIT lists the scientist in its 2018 Disobedience Awards, along with founders of #MeToo movement.
Meeting our carbon-reduction goal can go in many different directions, so it’s critical now that the PUC and state government protect the public interest. This may be no easy task.
Enbridge’s Line 3 project looms especially large in the selection process for the next member of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.
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.