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3,000 gallons of manure spills into Wisconsin creek, kills fish

The Wisconsin DNR is currently investigating the spill, which affected a creek in Vernon County.

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Walmart says it will reduce its emissions to zero by 2040

The goal accounts for about 5% of the company's total emissions, according to reports.

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Minnesota's air quality improving, per annual report

Duluth was also ranked one of America's six "cleanest cities" for air quality.

Trump Admin. announces major changes to Endangered Species Act

Some officials say the move will increase transparency, but Democrats are more critical.

Court orders inquiry into PolyMet mining project permit

The Minnesota Court of Appeals found "irregularities" in comments submitted by the EPA.

Electric car-sharing service is coming to the Twin Cities

Hourcar offers affordable, sustainable car rentals in the Twin Cities.

Here's how Enbridge had a $5M lobbying bill in Minnesota

The energy company was the biggest lobbying spender in 2017.

Askov Finlayson pledges $1M to climate change action groups

The champions of "The North" will donate more than the cost of the company's environmental impact.

Millennials are the worst ... at recycling

Surprising, considering they're extremely eco-conscious in all other facets of their lives.

How soybeans will save a million tons of CO2 in Minnesota

Governor Mark Dayton's Thursday announcement has implications for diesel users.

Climate change could mean polar bears find a new food source – us

Melting ice caps could force the world's largest land predator further inland.

So an iceberg the size of Delaware just broke off from the Antarctic

The separation will mean maps of the Antarctic Peninsula will need to be redrawn.

Watch: Sen. Al Franken's got a new Funny or Die series

It's about climate change. Oh, and David Letterman is in it.

France is banning gas and diesel cars

All new cars sold will be electric or hybrid by the year 2040.

U of M scientist says EPA pressured her to change Congress testimony

Dr. Deborah Swackhamer is a top EPA scientist and has been U of M faculty since 1987.