Our Minnesota Climate: Engaging Minnesotans
Climate change is happening here and now in Minnesota. Governor Walz, Lieutenant Governor Flanagan, and the state agencies are working to reduce the worst impacts of climate change and help Minnesota communities prepare for the climate change impacts that can’t be avoided. To help advance that work, the Governor formed the new Minnesota Climate Change Subcabinet (
Executive Order 19-37
) to engage with Minnesotans and chart a path forward to address climate change.
The Subcabinet recognizes the importance of involving all Minnesotans in finding solutions to tackle climate change, especially those Minnesotans most impacted by climate change and the policies used to address it. This survey is a starting point and will help shape how we engage with you and your community. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey and share your priorities and ideas. Thank you!
How much do you follow climate change news and research?
A lot, including as part of my work
Which of the following climate-related topics are you most interested in? Select your top three.
Green jobs and economy
Power generation and buildings
Natural and working lands (includes agriculture and forests)
Resiliency and adaptation
Energy conservation, waste, and consumption
Climate science and data
Climate justice and equity
Public health and well being
Water, outdoor recreation, and ecosystems
State and federal policies
Communities and climate change
Climate change responses and solutions
Other topics not listed above (please describe in the box below)
Other topics: (please specify)