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An Energy Transition Needs Lots of Power Lines. This 1970s Minnesota Farmers’ Uprising Tried to Block One. What Can it Teach Us?

As we move toward a massive build-out of lines, a decades-old rebellion offers a way through potential opposition.

Dan Gearino - 2022-01-03

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Five Climate Moves by the Biden Administration You May Have Missed

The president is incorporating climate action and environmental justice into decision-making.

Marianne Lavelle & Nicholas Kusnetz - 2022-01-03

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How to make the US clean energy transition equitable

While clean energy is increasingly available, access to it is not equal.

Evana Said & Jillian Neuberger & Carla Walker - 2022-01-03

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Inside Clean Energy: Here Are 5 States that Took Leaps on Clean Energy Policy in 2021

While federal policy fell short of expectations, many states had high ambitions and delivered results.

Dan Gearino - 2021-12-23

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The Year in Climate Photos

From the president's desk to protests around the world, photos show climate change is easy to see but hard to look at.

Katelyn Weisbrod - 2021-12-27

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Warming Trends: A Potential Decline in Farmed Fish, Less Ice on Minnesota Lakes and a 'Black Box' for the Planet

A column highlighting climate-related studies, innovations, and developments from the global warming frontier.

Katelyn Weisbrod - 2021-12-20

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What losing Build Back Better means for climate change

Necessary emissions cuts will be even tougher with the Build Back Better legislation shelved for the foreseeable future....

Lauren Sommer - 2021-12-20

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San Antonio’s City Council approves 10-year affordable housing plan

Supporting the overarching goal of helping 95,000 households who spend more than 30% of their income on housing.

Ben Olivo - 2021-12-20