Green

  • Left in the Dark: Old Fashioned Concerns over 21st Centrury Energy

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - To alleviate a potential energy crisis hundreds of miles of power lines are in development across Minnesota and Wisconsin. But, while everyone needs electricity not everyone is happy with the power line push.

  • Left in the Dark: The Push for Power

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Across the country, the push is on for more renewable energy sources. In Minnesota, there's a mandate that electric companies must provide 25% of customer power from renewable energy sources by 2025. But, some fear the more power we add to the grid, the more likely we could be headed for a crisis.

  • "Farm to School"

    Buying locally grown foods is relatively easy for individuals not so easy for an entire school district. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes us to a Northland School that's bringing the farm to the children.

  • "From White To Green"

    In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson visits with one business, which took advantage of the training, and shows us what they accomplished.

  • "Lifestyle Challenge"

    Making lifestyle changes can be challenging, making those changes stick is the real accomplishment. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson catches up with the climate idol families to see how their final challenge is going.

  • From Tailings To Solar Energy

    Coleraine, MN (Northlands NewsCenter) -- The University of Minnesota-Duluth's Natural Resources Research Institute has found a way to turn trash into treasure.

  • "Local Items on the Menu"

    A growing number of Northland restaurants are incorporating locally grown and organic options into their menus these days. But in this week's "Your Green Life", Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes us to a café where local foods are their number one priority.

  • "Duluth Airport is going Green"

    Flying out of Duluth is going to get a little greener. The Duluth Airport Authority has recently received a grant to innovate in green technologies.

  • "Clean Shop"

    Extra paint, half used cleaners, and other hazardous chemicals are often items that people don't know how to get rid of. Businesses often have the same problem...but unlike homeowners they face requirements regarding hazardous disposal. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson explores options that businesses can use to clean and green their shops.

  • Hermantown Superior Choice Credit Union Helping The Environment

    Hermantown, MN - (The Northland's News Center) - Hundreds of cars lined up throughout the day at the Superior Choice Credit Union in Hermantown to take part in their effort to help the environment.




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