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Getting Ready for COP25

With the sound of plows and shovels, it’s official—it’s winter in Minnesota. Lately, this has come to mean that conversations about whether climate change is real (how can it be warming when it’s so cold?!) will be coming along with Arctic blasts and blizzards. Last January, I was scheduled to give a talk on climate […]

Creating Home through COP

Climate Generation roots our work in the stories we all have as eyewitnesses to climate change. Growing up in Minnesota as a descendant from pioneer farmers, I did not learn the history of the Dakota people, whose ancestral homeland I also call home. I was lucky to spend my college years in California in my […]

Letting Our Guard Down

I remember growing up in Southern MN, listening to REM’s Green album and feeling a rising, persistent concern for the state of our planet. At that time, in the 1980’s, environmental issues seemed very tangible for me, with acid rain and the ozone layer constantly in the news. I spent most of my time exploring […]

COP25 International Climate Negotiations Suspended

In an unprecedented announcement, COP25 has been relocated to Madrid after being postponed for a short time by host country Chile. This morning, Chilean President Sebastian Piñera announced that he will suspend the UN climate negotiations, COP25, in Santiago in the midst of violence and civil unrest. On Friday, more than one million people filled […]