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Recruit more queer, trans scholars to help environment: U of M...

(The College Fix) — A new University of Minnesota report advocates for more “2SLGBTQIA+” individuals in environmental work, arguing their communities are disproportionately harmed...

Minneapolis legislator wants to give power back to cities to ban...

Just a few years before she ran for the Minnesota Legislature, Ginny Klevorn lived in Brazil. During a House committee hearing on Tuesday she recalled fondly when the...

‘No Mow May’ not helpful to bees, turf grass is useless...

Minnesotans are refraining from mowing their lawns this month to help save the bees, even though normal turf grass does not produce flowers and...

Court says Minnesota environmentalist group may have committed ‘human rights violations’

Minnesota's Seventh District Court found that Honor the Earth, a prominent anti-Line 3 environmentalist group, may have violated human rights. Honor the Earth (HTE) may...

Minnesota Restaurant Plastic Straw Ban Gets First GOP Author

The Campaign to ban or limit the use of plastic straws is gaining momentum in Minnesota. Previously, influential Democrats have introduced legislation that would punish establishments...

Walz Gets Shouted Down by Pipeline Protestors

Minnesota Democrat Governor Tim Walz just had his annual forum at the University of Minnesota, and he was shouted down by leftwing protestors. The...

A money trail links eco-terrorists against pipeline renovation to prominent foundations

Minnesota company Scheff Logging & Trucking, Inc. filed a lawsuit last month against eco-terrorists who vandalized Scheff equipment in Cloquett, Minnesota in February 2019....

State regulators approve Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline replacement

Minnesota regulators gave Enbridge Energy the green light to replace its 1960s-era Line 3 pipeline. The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) voted 3-1 Monday to approve...

Plymouth City Council Rejects Controversial GreenStep Cities Agenda

After a passionate discussion before a big crowd, the Plymouth City Council on Tuesday voted 4-to-3 against participation in the controversial GreenStep Cities climate...

PolyMet will appeal to Minnesota Supreme Court a lower court’s decision...

PolyMet Mining says it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to review a Monday Court of Appeals decision that reversed permits for its planned copper-nickel platinum (PGE) mine...