A pandemic-delayed incentive program offers rebates on fuel-efficient vehicles, but it’s been a tough sell so far.
Clinicians’ group sees clean energy standards as a key part of addressing climate change and its disparate health impacts.
Minnesota candidates haven’t pressed climate or clean energy despite rising temperatures and voter interest.
Voters will decide next month whether to shift oil and gas royalty spending from land acquisition to park development.
A George Mason University researcher found a strong interest in reporting on how climate change is affecting local communities — and stories that spotlight solutions.
Just 17 miles west of the state’s largest coal-fired power plant, a solar array at the local high school is having an unconventional impact.