An increase in fossil fuel burning has caused the climate change that is being detected and observed worldwide.
Using an ugly descriptive phrase is not OK. It’s time to stop.
I am a lifelong Democrat, but I am starting to lose faith as science loses ground in our D.C. administration.
This free-rein for agriculture is a huge problem and we need to do something about it.
The biggest problem with PolyMet’s SDEIS? There is no cumulative impact study of all sulfide mining proposed for our labyrinth of waters.
The proposal hits those of us outstate as a regressive tax because the redemption centers are not cost effective for us.
An uncomfortable reality will re-emerge if the institution goes back to the same 50-year-old vision that got it in trouble in the first place.
There isn’t enough land on Earth to grow the corn and soybeans to make much of a dent in U.S. fuel demand.
Citizens groups should be praised for constructively engaging in the neighborhood development process, not maligned.
Xcel and Center Point have served the public well.
Scientists say global warming will cause increasingly severe and frequent extreme weather events, like typhoons, in the future.
Watching the night-delivery trucks load up the paper bundles as they came off the spiral chutes onto the loading docks was all the fascination an 11-year-old boy needed.
This holiday season, let us all remember the importance of environmental issues.
American health care is large enough and complex enough for reforms to come from lots of different places, people, and even competing political ideologies and parties.
I believe all future health-care reforms must not come from one side, but from all sides.
Last week my friend Roz signed up for health insurance through MNsure. On Jan. 1, her premiums will be under $500 a month.
Every day, about 18 people die while waiting for an organ transplant in the United States.
I want the archbishop to resign mainly because of his caustic, backward, disrespectful tone and mood that have been ongoing for the last five years.
We should see lower prices till spring, which helps a little as we slip and slide on icy streets.
I heard the Minnesota Orchestra in Carnegie Hall not long after Osmo Vänskä began his leadership. Vänskä and the orchestra were called back for FIVE encores — in NYC, a town saturated with great music.