News Release | Environment Minnesota Research and Policy Center

Nearly 100 Percent of Minnesotans Live in Areas Hit by Recent Weather Disasters; New Report Says Global Warming to Bring More Extreme Weather

Several months after flooding in northeastern Minnesota led to $100 million in damages last June, a new Environment Minnesota Research and Policy Center report finds that weather-related disasters are already affecting hundreds of millions of Americans, and documents how global warming could lead to certain extreme weather events becoming even more common or more severe in the future.

News Release | Environment Minnesota

Solar and clean energy bill advances in Minnesota legislature

Wednesday evening the House Energy Policy Committee passed the Omnibus Energy bill. The bill contains a number of important energy proposals including increasing the state’s Renewable Energy Standard, establishing a strong solar energy standard and expanding access to local clean energy.

News Release | Environment Minnesota

President Obama Outlines Plan to Tackle Global Warming with Clean Energy

Last night, President Obama delivered his State of the Union address. The following is Environment Minnesota's response.

News Release | Environment Minnesota

Governor Dayton challenges legislators to work with others to increase solar energy

In his State of the State address last night, Gov. Mark Dayton came out huge for clean, renewable solar power.

News Release | Environment Minnesota

100 Day Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy Marked with Call for Action on Global Warming

As communities in New Jersey and New York are still struggling to rebuild 100 days after Superstorm Sandy slammed the Mid-Atlantic, Environment Minnesota urged state and federal officials to redouble their efforts to tackle global warming. Scientists have warned that global warming is helping to fuel the recent increase in extreme weather, and will make events like Superstorm Sandy, and last summer’s record drought, more severe and more frequent unless more is done to cut the carbon pollution fueling global warming.

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