The climate rhetoric coming from the new Democrats is as radical as Congress has ever heard.
Twelve years. That’s all the time we have to make one degree of change.
Key trends are accelerating, with major catastrophes in less than 10 years, a British sustainability expert says.
A Minnesota transplant in a South Carolina lab untangles natural toxins more deadly than sarin gas.
Among the threatened namesake features: the alpine ice sheets of Glacier National Park, the giant yuccas at Joshua Tree.
Meanwhile, new research into downwind smoke from western wildfires suggests Minnesota gets more than its share.
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Dr. Leon Robertson, a retired Yale University injury epidemiologist, Robertson believes that the reversal in the downward road-death trend might be the result of climate change — specifically, the unusually large average annual increase in temperature that occurred in 2015.
The agreement was not a treaty and therefore nonbinding; it has a lot more to do with leadership on climate change.
The word “deal” appeared 13 times in Trump’s remarks about pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Accords. He likes that word. He talked much less about the threat that global warming might pose to life on earth.
In Minnesota and other Midwestern states, five climate-change-related factors are particularly putting people’s health at risk, according to the consortium’s report.
One-third of Americans — 109 million people — live in areas where they are exposed to both ozone smog pollution and ragweed pollen, according to a new report.
It is unlikely that technology alone will do enough to reduce our emissions. We should pair our technologies with systems that encourage people to lead less impactful lives.
“What I’m trying to do is convince people that acknowledging climate change doesn’t make you liberal,” says the former TV weathercaster. “It makes you literate.”
Pew Research Center has found that the general public and scientists sharply disagree on several high profile science-related issues, including climate change, genetically modified foods and human evolution.
More than 3 million deaths worldwide each year can be attributed to ambient (outdoor) air pollution, the heart-disease experts point out.
Differences among participating governments have meant that a lot of the synthesis report’s actual synthesizing was left to the audience.
The number of extremely hot days — ones with temperatures over 90 degrees — in Midwestern cities is likely to triple by 2046, a paper in JAMA says.
Humane Society prevails in pig case; Minneapolis couple charged with killing their six-week-old daughter; and Minneapolis is named a “heat island.”
Australia is the first developed country to repeal legislation aimed at reducing greenhouse gases, which the government said was too costly for businesses and consumers.