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MPR News Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner discusses the latest research on our changing climate.

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MPR News Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner discusses the latest research on our changing climate.

    Crop failure rate for wild rice is increasing with climate change

    Crop failure rate for wild rice is increasing with climate change

    Climate change is taking a significant toll on wild rice in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The crop failure rate has gone from 25 percent to 50 percent on some lakes, and the plant's significance to Ojibwe communities makes finding a solution all the more delicate — and dire.

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    Climate change may have contributed to millions of stillbirths, preterm births

    Climate change may have contributed to millions of stillbirths, preterm births

    Of more than 32 million births in the United States, more than 80 percent had problems associated with heat or air pollution, suggesting that climate change is significantly affecting birth outcomes.

    • 4分
    For black climate expert, fight is against 'two inhospitable climates'

    For black climate expert, fight is against 'two inhospitable climates'

    Sam Grant, the executive director of MN350, says the mainstream environmental movement needs to recognize ‘people are a part of nature.'

    • 12分
    New Jersey now requires comprehensive climate change education — what about Minnesota?

    New Jersey now requires comprehensive climate change education — what about Minnesota?

    New Jersey has become the first state to require climate change lessons across grade levels and disciplines.

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    Doctor: Preventing the worst effects of climate change, the next pandemic go hand in hand

    Doctor: Preventing the worst effects of climate change, the next pandemic go hand in hand

    Climate change has exacerbated some of the health inequities behind disparities in COVID-19 cases.

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    Team that made early climate predictions marks 30 years, 'spot on' accuracy

    Team that made early climate predictions marks 30 years, 'spot on' accuracy

    The team predicted global temperatures would rise half a degree Celsius by 2020.

    • 4分

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