Updates

The Trump administration is moving forward with a plan that could jeopardize the drinking water of as many as one in three Americans.

Months of negotiation and advocacy kept Congress' massive agriculture bill from being a disaster for the environment.

As America's top climate scientists sounded the alarm on climate change, Environment Minnesota and our national network focused on solutions.

America's capital city is going 100 percent renewable by 2032.

 | by
Timothy Schaefer
State Director

I'm Tim Schaefer, State Director of Environment Minnesota. I'll be doing regular updates here (random thoughts related to our work, gripes about getting around as a non-car owner in the Twin Cities, other things that don't quite fit elsewhere on our site. You know, a blog!)

America's colleges and universities are playing a huge role in helping the world transition to 100 percent renewable energy.

Given the alarming ways our climate is changing, doesn't it make sense for automakers to focus on making cars that pollute far less, if at all?

America's top public lands official supported the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) before. It's time for him to save it now.