Letter from the Executive Director Scientists have concluded that July broke all previous temperature records around the world. This is a clear sign of climate change, and it was a dominant theme in Nobel Laureate and Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality presentation earlier this month. We’ve sent our staff to the Climate Reality Leadership […]
That’s a wrap on our Brewing a Better Climate Trivia Series! After our smash hit trivia night at Surly Brewing in April of 2018, we decided to expand the climate trivia connection to breweries across the state. From October to May of this year, our team traveled to six breweries, engaging over 200 people, and […]
Grant Supports Green STEM Career Readiness in Minneapolis Public Schools Climate Generation receives Xcel grant for STEM education partnership and educator resources Minneapolis, Minn. — Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy announced it has received at $15,000 grant from the Xcel Energy Foundation to support the project titled: Green STEM Careers for Today and Tomorrow. […]
Letter from the Executive Director At Climate Generation, we firmly believe that naming the issue — “climate change” — is incredibly important; you can’t solve a problem you don’t understand, and you can’t understand something if you don’t talk about it. Talking about climate change with friends and family helps them learn key facts about […]
As I coped with loss and single parenthood the world felt suddenly ominous, and I felt a whole new level of responsibility for meeting the needs of a brand new baby girl.
A 40-foot black cherry tree fell on top of our brand-new electric vehicle while we were driving along a city street on Arbor Day, April 26th of 2019.
“P-O-W-E-R we’ve got the power, because we are with YEA! MN!” Youth in the climate movement made waves across the globe this school year, and Minnesota youth working with Climate Generation played a big part. Check out our “advocacy recipe” of ingredients we used this year when organizing for power — and the importance of […]
Letter from the Executive Director Great news to kick off summer! According to a recent report, costs for renewable energy are competitive to the costs of oil, coal and gas-fired power plants and it’s cheaper to choose renewable energy over the development of a new fossil fuel plant. This might explain why our state’s largest […]
By Paul Huttner May 23, 2019 Hear a climate story from Julie Marckel of the Science Museum of Minnesota and a 2019 Talk Climate Institute attendee. https://media.climategen.org/20190523-mpr-climatecast-julie-marckel-climate-story-20190523_cc_20190523_64.mp3 Full broadcast: Climate change risk showing up in real estate Rising seas higher storm surges, and unprecedented flooding adds up to more risk for trillions of dollars of […]
Daniella was a youth storyteller during the 2019 Youth Climate Convening in Red Wing, part of the Youth Convening Minnesota program. I am half Costa Rican and half American. Being born and raised in the Midwest has made me realize the beauty of the outdoors and being outside. I’ve gotten to adventure to bluffs, rivers, […]