How impossible December tornadoes happened in Minnesota
Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard was as shocked as everyone else when 7 tornadoes twisted through Minnesota 10 days before Christmas.
Sen. Tina Smith warns Dems she may not vote for budget bill if climate plan dropped
This comes amid a White House effort to get its "Build Back Better" plan passed.
Warm fall weather leads to algae blooms on Minneapolis lakes
Conditions are right for more lakes to develop blue-green algae blooms.
Aquifer energy storage project wins financial backing of Mpls city council
It'll be used to power the Towerside Innovation District near the U of M.
Watch: Activist confronts Klobuchar about Line 3, gets little response
The senator was quickly ushered away from the scene.
Line 3 protesters at Capitol met by state troopers
A group of demonstrators remained on the grounds after the event permit expired.
Wildfire 200 acres in size burning on Isle Royale National Park
The National Park Service has closed a number of areas of the park.
How much rainfall will it take to get out of this damaging drought?
The odds of the drought ending in the next month are remarkably slim, one group says.
Diver who helped after I-35W bridge collapse returns medals in protest of Line 3
He gave them back "as an act of desperation, and because I saw no other way to help bring the necessary urgency and attention to this matter."
Here's what the UN's climate report says about Minnesota's future
"Minnesota is an extreme climate by nature and those extremes will continue to amplify."
Climate change is warming lakes, leading to more toxic algae blooms
The agency says blue-green algae blooms are occurring all across the state.
Good news: Deep freeze adds to Lake Superior's ice coverage
The lake was experiencing historically low ice coverage earlier this winter, but that all changed with the recent cold snap.
Report: Forests, agricultural land could help Minnesota reduce greenhouse gas emissions
The Nature Conservancy's Minnesota chapter released a report that shows how many acres of trees would be needed to help the state reach its reduction goals.
Enbridge gets final approval to start construction on Line 3 replacement
The project has attracted criticism from environmental and tribal groups.
Sven Sundgaard: However you vote, climate change should not be a partisan issue
The entire country needs to urgently come together to find a hopeful path forward.
Xcel Energy announces major drive to increase electric vehicles in MN
It aims to put 1.5 million EVs on roads in the eight states it covers by 2030.
Weather with Sven: Fish, sharks on the move as waters warm
Great weather to start the week before more unsettled conditions arrive in Minnesota.
University of Minnesota-Morris says it now has a net zero carbon footprint
A national leader in sustainability, the campus says it has achieved full carbon neutrality
Minnesota AG to sue oil giants Exxon, Koch, API over climate change
Exxon Mobil, Koch Industries, and American Petroleum Institute are named in the suit.
Way Over Our Heads podcast: Threatening impact of heat, humidity on the world
A wet weekend is ahead and the guys on the show also discuss an alarming warming trend.
Minneapolis woman creates climate-change focused board game
The game challenges players to make a difference in the real world.
Upper Mississippi deemed most at-risk waterway in the U.S.
Climate change and poor floodplain and watershed development decisions are factors.