After spending several years removing garbage from a south Minneapolis lake, a local artist is putting the waste on display.
Insect and spider populations are falling dramatically across the globe, spurring concern throughout the scientific community, and a new study suggests that the decline may be happening more quickly and extensively than previously suspected.
NASA scientists said elevated greenhouse gas levels are responsible for the increased dryness, as well as the burning of forests to clear land for agriculture and grazing.
The Minneapolis Park Board is investigating claims that park staff improperly sprayed and dumped pesticides in wetlands and gardens near Lake Harriet.
The United States has told the United Nations it has begun the process of pulling out of the landmark 2015 Paris climate agreement.
It’s been a year like none other for Minnesota farmers.
"What we need is for our rulers and politicians to listen to the research," the 16-year-old climate activist was quoted as saying.
Home and cabin owners on a lake south of Motley, Minnesota are feeling desperate.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals is maintaining its suspension of two key permits for the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine.
As Minnesota farmers cope with cold, wet weather they plan to reap a late harvest.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments Wednesday as it weighs whether to continue withholding two permits for the PolyMet’s proposed copper-nickel mine in the northeastern part of the state.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has joined 20 other states in suing the Trump Administration for rolling back parts of the Endangered Species Act.
A new solar garden built on the roof of a state-owned parking ramp near Target Field is now producing electricity in downtown Minneapolis.
A storm drain in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota is looking a little more colorful these days. Two local artists teamed up with some kids to paint a mural around the drain grate. They unveiled it Thursday afternoon at River Park.
Minnesota utility regulators have unfrozen the approval process for Enbridge Energy's plan to replace its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across the state.
Public entities and nonprofits serving children can soon apply for $182,000 of grant funding from the Minnesota DNR if they plan to use the money to help get kids outdoors.
Governor Tim Walz announced Wednesday that clean car standards are coming to Minnesota. The focus is on low emission and zero-emission vehicle standards. But Republicans say the governor is trying to bypass the voice of the people of Minnesota.
About 20,000 gallons of liquid manure leaked out of a tank in Albany, Minn. into a low land area, the Stearns County Sheriff Office says.
Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist, delivered a powerful speech to the United Nations General Assembly Monday, warning world leaders to take climate change seriously or the population will suffer.
Hundreds of Minnesota students walked out of school Friday to take part in the Youth Climate Strike, a global movement to bring attention to climate change.