Green

  • Your Green Life:"Sustaining Turkey Day"

    In just a week, families and friends will be gathering around the dinner table to enjoy home cooked meals and conversation. But of course the topic of all conversation leads to the wonderful food on the table. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch helps us prepare a more sustainable Thanksgiving menu that will make everyone fat and happy.

  • Study Questions Efficiency, Economic Benefit of Coal Plants

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - The more than 100 page study, published by a nonprofit called Union of Concerned Scientists, lists 350 plants the group says are "ripe for retirement." They base their findings on the amount of energy produced, lack of pollution control and the push for renewable energy.

  • Your Green Life: "Butting In For The Environment"

    Smoking has long been known a threat to our health. But more and more we are noticing the threat to the environment that cigarettes pose. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch butts in for the environment.

  • The Latest on Climate Change

    Climate change can be a hot button issue when it comes to politics, but when you take the politics out and boil it down to science the evidence becomes more clear.

  • Your Green Life: "Mattress Recycling Program"

    In 2004, Goodwill in Duluth began a program designed to keep more waste out of landfills and put some more green in their pocket. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch checks up on the program's success.

  • Your Green Life: "Green Paws Step Forward at The Zoo"

    When it comes to greener living, even animals have begun to put a green paw or claw forward at the Lake Superior Zoo. In this weeks Your Green Life, Adam Lorch pays a visit to the animal kingdom to learn their new tricks.

  • Your Green Life: "Greener Lights At Bentleyville"

    Although the holiday season won't be officially underway for a few weeks yet, the volunteers at Bentleyville are already gearing up for another busy season. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Adam Lorch visits the Bentlyville tour of lights, to tell us how, among the twinkling blues and reds, many of the lights in Bayfront Festival Park will also be a little "greener" this year.

  • Your Green Life: "Torrefaction Fuel"

    Biomass has been used for centuries to heat homes, water, and even cook food. But the Natural Resources, Research Institute is moving it into the 21st century by creating a more efficient and sustainable biomass for the future.

  • Your Green Life: "Green Food Distribution"

    The demand for more green business has been rising. This is credited to the consumers who are asking more green products from merchants. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch takes us to one company catering to their customer's needs of fresh, and local, food.

  • Data Storage Company Involta Cuts Ribbon Adding to Tech. Infrastructure in Duluth

    DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The data storage company Involta cut the ribbon on its 26,000 square foot Tier III information storage facility Wednesday, which will host a half a dozen jobs to start.




This content requires the latest Adobe Flash Player and a browser with JavaScript enabled. Click here for a free download of the latest Adobe Flash Player.