Construction of new power plant and clean up of site results in less pollution and more power generation.
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Minnesota and China to share information and ideas on controlling water pollution.
There never has been a more perfect time for restoring a place dear to Northlanders — the St. Louis River — from more than 130 years of accumulated environmental injury.
The new law aims to ensure that state agencies target funding where it can have the most benefit, and that the state reports to the public on its progress toward clean water goals.
Weddings are a beautiful tradition. But they can have a huge impact on your wallet and the environment. Why not consider a more eco-friendly event?
It's going to get hot and humid. Here are a few tips to reduce your energy use and keep your house cooler.
Cases of harmful chemicals in products are increasingly familiar, and regulations now restrict many undesirable uses. But what is going on in Minnesota to develop alternatives we can use more safely?
A new search tool helps you easily find water quality information on Minnesota lakes and streams.
Each year, the MPCA's Emergency Management Unit fields more than 2,500 calls. From chemical fires and train derailments, to mercury spills and tornadoes, these incidents all need a swift, effective response.
MPCA's Air Quality Index website has new interface with easier-to-read info and more real-time data — to help you schedule recreation activities and reduce exposure during periods of higher pollution.
The research also looked at pathways, trends and potential ways to reduce nitrogen pollution in our rivers and streams.
Conservation practices can reap many benefits for farmers, according to Mike Peterson who farms in the Northfield area of southeast Minnesota.
It took nearly 30 years to fill this parcel of land with residential trash. It took just three months to reduce the size of the pile by about a third.