Nebraskans pledge to act on climate change : The Lincoln Journal Star Online
[Yesterday] Lincoln was the latest stop on the 27-state "I Will Act on Climate" bus tour, a series of rallies in support of taking action on climate change...The youngest activists arrived in strollers and in their parents' arms.Anti-climate-change bus arrives in Des Moines today for event | The Des Moines Register | desmoinesregister.com
Waving American flags and holding red, white and blue signs, the rally concluded with several dozen people forming a giant human "I Will" on a landing on the north side of the Capitol.
"Just believe in the cause," Schlitte said. "It has to be done."
[Yesterday] The “I Will Act On Climate” bus will be in Des Moines today as part of a 27-state tour to highlight local support for climate change standards and call on residents to act, organizers said Friday.Low temps set records in Nebraska, Iowa : The Lincoln Journal Star Online
OMAHA — Several Nebraska and Iowa cities set new record low temperatures Sunday morning.
Lincoln temperatures fell to 47 to tie the 1994 record.
In Des Moines, temperatures fell to 51 to break the record of 53 set in 1925.