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The last time Reed Aronow visited Montevideo was in October 2009, when he rode into town on his bicycle as part of a 700-mile circuit around the state. On this most recent visit, Aronow toured the area along the Minnesota River on cross country skis with his hosts. He came to speak on his role as Minnesota's youth delegate to the world conference on climate change. Tribune photos by Tom Cherveny

Changing climate

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MONTEVIDEO -- There's still time and all the incentives in the world to do something about climate change before Minnesotans, as one wag put it, add 'possum stew' to the favorite recipes of hunters in the state.

Developing the state's clean energy opportunities could create new jobs and economic opportunities while reducing greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, Reed Aronow told a gathering at the Clean Up our River Environment office in Montevideo on Wednesday.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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