Climate change could make Minnesota a lot like Kansas
Climate change could make the lakes area feel like Kansas if left unchecked, said a representative of a St. Paul Based clean energy think tank Monday evening during a presentation at M State in Detroit Lakes.
J. Drake Hamilton, a Science Policy Director for Fresh Energy, said that climate change would make hot summers a year-to-year occurrence instead of a rarity by 2050, with the Twin Cities seeing over 70 days with highs above 90 degrees and 30 days with highs above 100 degrees.
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