Video Replay – Gov Dayton “Undecided” On Polymet

Governor Mark Dayton says he is “genuinely undecided” the PolyMet mine issue. Earlier the Department of Natural Resources said the environmental impact studies around the mine meets the state’s standards for adequacy.

Watch 25 Years Of Arctic Ice Vanish In 1 Minute

The “arctic amplification” of climate change remained in full swing in 2015, according to the Arctic Report Card. Watch how warmer waters fed by a growing amount of man-made carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has reduced old ice to just 3% of the arctic ice pack.

Stop PolyMet Rally – Video Replay

Environmental groups opposed to PolyMet’s proposed sulfide mine in northern Minnesota rallied Tuesday and then marched to the Department of Natural Resources, the state agency in charge of the project’s environmental review.

Pope Francis At The White House

Pope Urges Climate Change Action

Pope Francis took on the issue of climate change while addressing a crowd at the White House. He says solving climate change is urgent and “can no longer be left to a future generation.”

Larsen B Ice Shelf- Antarctica

10,000 Year Old Ice Shelf About To Vanish

A new NASA study finds the last remaining section of Antarctica’s Larsen B Ice Shelf, which partially collapsed in 2002, is quickly weakening and is likely to disintegrate completely before the end of the decade.

Doctors from Twin Cities Medical Society warn that an energy bill under consideration at the Minnesota legislature will have adverse health effects.

MN Doctors Warn Against Rolling Back Energy Policy Changes

Minnesota doctors hold a news conference about an open letter they plan to deliver to every member of the House and Senate, the Twin Cities Medical Society states that emissions of power plants “are adversely affecting our environment and impacting the health of Minnesota’s communities.”

Your Skin Cleanser Could Be Killing The Environment

Senator John Marty says microplastics and microbeads used in personal products such as skin cleansers are poisoning Minnesota’s environment because they can’t be screened out at water treatment plants. He wants them banned. The bill advanced Tuesday on a voice vote of the Senate Environment and Energy Committee.