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What's the impact of fossil fuel divestment?

It's been called the fastest growing divestment movement in history. Ireland, the city of New York, and dozens of cities and universities are pulling investment funds form fossil fuels interests. But how much does it matter? Chris Farrell, the economics editor for Marketplace, explains. We'll also hear from Kallan Benson of the Youth Climate March and Parachutes for the Planet, and reporter Adriana Brasiliero shares her story about how rising seas are causing falling home values in Florida's low-lying neighborhoods.

Are reporters failing to make obvious climate links in stories?

Many stories on the news fail to mention climate change as a cause or contributing factor. We'll start this week's Climate Cast on that topic.

Scientists and kids work hard so we can survive climate change

Climate change has lasting effects on how we get our food, how much water is available to us and how we go about our day to day lives. It's a lot to navigate, but scientists from the University of Minnesota are here to help. That and more on this episode of Climate Cast.

The big ways climate and water are tied together

Climate change and water are linked in many ways. During our Climate Cast Live program, meteorologist Paul Huttner talked to Radhika Fox, CEO of the U.S. Water Alliance, about the most significant ways.

Climate change activism has hit a new level in Minnesota

MPR News reporter Dan Kraker joins Climate Cast to discuss his new podcast, Rivers of Oil.

Will Steger on his solo trip to Canada's barren lands

On this week's edition of Climate Cast, we're joined by wilderness explorer Will Steger. Plus, the latest Arctic research, a film on renewables and the future for climate refugees.

Trump's 'lifeline' for coal, and climate activism's overwhelming whiteness

This week no Climate Cast, we discuss a plan to require electric utilities to buy more expensive coal and nuclear power, and the climate movement's lack of diversity.

Trump's 'lifeline' for coal, and climate activism's overwhelming whiteness

Louisiana is paying $11.7 million to relocate America's first 'climate refugees'

That story, plus a forecast for this year's Atlantic hurricane season.

Louisiana is paying $11.7 million to relocate America's first 'climate refugees'

Minnesota's renewable energy revolution

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California's bold climate solutions

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