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Farmers' Almanac is predicting one heck of a winter. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is putting out a neutral forecast. And then there's that blob in the Pacific Ocean that coul...
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Hurricane Dorian parked itself over the Bahamas for three days, causing massive flooding and wind damage. It turns out atmospheric conditions linked to climate change are causing more and more hurr...
You can pay to offset your carbon emissions. But how do carbon offsets work? And how do you know they're offsetting your carbon emissions?
Scientists have been debating what's behind a recent spike in methane emissions. A new study ties the spike to shale gas emitted through fracking, and sounds the alarm for reducing natural gas use.
The Minneapolis Foundation has awarded its first round of grants to involve low-income, diverse communities in climate change initiatives. One would bring electric cars and charging stations to low...
MPR News chief meteorologist and Climate Cast host Paul Huttner sits down with Former Vice President Al Gore at his Climate Reality Leadership Corps training in Minneapolis.
Listening to the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change
A new study published in the journal Science estimates that massive reforestation efforts could cut atmospheric carbon by about 25 percent. But are those numbers accurate?
Summer storms have ripped through the region, there's a new tick to talk about and algae blooms have taken over some Minnesota lakes. Chief meteorologist Paul Huttner was in the host seat and he co...