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What changes Will Steger saw on his latest Antarctica trip

By Paul Huttner February 6, 2019 Will Steger has been to the top and bottom of the world. He has seen climate change first hand in places most of us will never set foot. The famed Minnesota explorer and climate activist is just back from a return to Antarctica. He was surveying the changes from his […]

Food Choices and Climate Change

J. Selby’s Podcast February 10, 2019 In this, the first ever J. Selby’s podcast, Matt sits down with Janet Brown from Climate Generation to talk about Will Steger, Climate Generation, Climate Change and the effects of our dietary choices on our planets climate. https://media.climategen.org/20190210-janet-j-selby-food-choices-and-climate-change.mp3   Listen to the full episode online here

Some States Still Lag in Teaching Climate Science

By Ines Kagubare, E&E News February 8, 2019 While climate education has made major strides, many teachers still lack resources and training. Nina Corley, a science teacher at O’Connell College Preparatory School in Galveston, Texas, often avoids using the term “climate change” in her classroom. Corley, who has been a teacher for nearly 30 years, […]

Line 3: Here’s what people are saying about Walz’s decision to continue appeal

By Dana Ferguson February 12, 2019 ST. PAUL — Gov. Tim Walz on Tuesday, Feb. 12, announced that his administration would petition the Public Utilities Commission to reconsider its certificate of need for the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline project, allowing a Dayton administration appeal to move forward. The decision fueled excitement in environmental and tribal […]

Explorer Will Steger to visit Minnewaska Feb. 19

February 11, 2019 Well-known polar explorer Will Steger will be visiting Minnewaska Area High School (MAHS) next Tuesday, Feb. 19, and the public is invited to the afternoon presentation. In the morning, Steger will be visiting classes to share his experiences and discuss the impact of global warming. The public is invited to attend a […]

Climate in the classroom: Here’s how states stack up

By Ines Kagubare, E&E News reporter February 8, 2019 Nina Corley, a science teacher at O’Connell College Preparatory School in Galveston, Texas, often avoids using the term “climate change” in her classroom. Climate Generation is featured in this article about climate change education in the classroom. A subscription is required to view the article. Read […]

On Line 3, will Walz be the leader Minnesota desperately needs?

By Priya Dalal-Whelan, Maddy Fernands and Shahad Geer February 5, 2019 In his first week in office, Gov. Tim Walz met with us and 150+ other youth concerned about the threats posed by climate change to our future. He declared that he “ran unabashedly that climate change will kill the planet and stop our futures […]