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Read Brave 2020
We are proud to announce the winners of the Read Brave Kids library card art contest. Art was inspired by the environment and natural world.
Join author Cherie Dimaline for two public events this week including a Q&A and book signing.
In 2018, some 13.6 million people were uprooted from their homes, cumulatively adding to a record 70.8 million forcibly displaced.
The Great Lakes, to which Duluth owes so much, are changing as a result of slow geological processes as well as rapid climate change.
Two-thirds of North American birds are at increasing risk of extinction from global temperature rise.
The Boundary Waters may seem unchangeable and stoic. But humankind's actions over time are far too much for nature.
Climate change is already damaging Indigenous ways of life. But tribes are adapting.
What climate change issues are you most concerned about in YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD and that you would like to see addressed?
The risk of urban flooding during extreme rainfalls, resulting in property damage0
Improving access to public transit to reduce pollution and our transportation costs0
Poor air quality made worse during summer heat waves0
Ability to stay cool during heat waves and warm and safe during a power outage or flood0
Keeping home energy bills down and improving comfort and energy efficiency0
The lack of trees and green space to lessen the adverse impacts of climate change0