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Climate Cast

By Minnesota Public Radio

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Minnesota Public Radio News Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner discusses the latest research on our changing climate.

Customer Reviews

great pod cast

About the science, culture, and also the cost of ignoring our changing climate. Must have if you know any deniers of human induced climate change.

Appreciate the discussion

Love the discussion like format

Needs Native voices!

I hope you begin to Center the voices and stories of Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, and environmental justice activists more!

Very few of these stories are about Native sovereignty; would be great to see more!!

NoDAPL, NoKXL, IdleNoMore, 350 Pacific, and so many more...

These folks are the rock stars of the movement against climate change; they have been doing the work for centuries that settlers are just coming around to, and they are the communities most impacted by climate change and pollution.