Recent events like the Flint, Mich., water crisis are forcing government officials nationwide to take precautions about water safety.
Minneapolis is dumping its former recycling provider for a more localized and sustainable option.
Food scraps destined for the compost bin might not have to go to waste.
The University of Minnesota can credit oak, maple and pine trees for its picturesque collegiate landscape, but Venus flytraps and chocolate trees make up some of St.
The absence of a rotten meat stench disappointed thousands of visitors to the University of Minnesota’s College of Biological Sciences Conservatory this weekend. Instead, crowds saw a 5-foot plant that didn’t smell quite as putrid as th
Fossil fuels are not only found in everyday products from laptops to hand lotions; they also drive the economy on a global scale.
The ice melt products that keep sidewalks from getting dangerously slippery could be harmful to man’s best friend. While ingesting small q
The glaciers that formed the neighborhoods and landscape throughout the Twin Cities play an important part in the design of the University of Minnesota campus.
Residents in North Minneapolis could soon use communal solar panels to power their homes.
After world leaders vowed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the Paris climate talks last December, two professors have teamed up to help clear the air on global climate change at the University of Minnesota.