The magnitude of climate change and its impacts requires swift action to protect Minnesotans. We all have a duty to combat the climate crisis, including state government. State agencies are leading bold initiatives and policies to both fight and prepare for climate change.
Minnesota's COVID-19 recovery budget includes a number of proposals for smart climate solutions.
MPCA is working to adopt two new emissions standards to reduce GHG emissions from transportation.
The Walz Administration is building on Minnesota’s previous successes with a plan to achieve 100% clean energy by 2050.
Governor's Council on Biofuels focuses on sustainable alternatives to fossil fuels that also support our ag economy.
Department of Commerce program helps Minnesota residents make energy efficiency improvements.
MPCA is using funds from the Volkswagen settlement to help build a first-rate EV charging network across Minnesota.
Met Council mapping tool pinpoints climate-vulnerable communities and infrastructure.
EQB's Energy and Environment Report Card highlights opportunities for growth and improvement.
MDA program assists farmers to protect our water, improve soil health, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
DNR and MPCA work to mitigate climate change risks to Minnesota’s fisheries and aquatic habitat.
MnDOT's new Sustainable Transportation Advisory Council will help Minnesota move to a low-carbon transportation system.
The MN Climatology Office brings together multiple data resources to track our state’s changing climate.
MN GreenCorps, located within the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, is developing our next generation of climate leaders.