Environment

Teens lead Milwaukee’s hundreds-strong climate march Downtown Milwaukee filled with children,...

Several hundred people gathered at Milwaukee City Hall on Friday, Sept. 20, to take part in the global climate strike. They joined over 4...

Students prepare for climate strike The next two days, people worldwde...

“It’s definitely been a little hectic,” 17-year-old Rufus King High School senior and climate activist Ayanna Lee told Wisconsin Examiner. As an executive director of...

Evers joins 14 governors pushing Congress to address PFAS in defense...

Gov. Tony Evers joined a group of 14 other Democratic and Republican  governors in sending a letter Wednesday to both the U.S. Senate and...

Potential mining disaster on the Menominee River?

Michigan and Wisconsin could face devastating environmental damage if an open-pit mine near Lake Michigan releases toxic waste into the two states’ waterways, Al...

Bad Chemistry A controversial chemical lobby group came to Marinette to...

The Speaker’s Task Force on Water Quality is tasked with this mission: “To protect a healthy and stable supply of water for residents and...

DNR plans Marinette chemical contamination listening sessions PFAS cleanup and investigation...

As worries persist about contamination from chemicals known as PFAS in and around  Marinette and Peshtigo in northeastern Wisconsin, the state Department of Natural...

F-35 stirs strong reaction in Madison Citizens jam public hearings on...

The Air National Guard held a public forum on the plan to bring F-35 fighter jets to Madison’s Truax Field on Thursday night at...

Special Memories Zoo sued over animal living conditions

For years, Tanya and Teagan, two endangered tigers, have drawn crowds to the Special Memories roadside zoo in Greenville, Wisconsin. People paid for tickets...

Non-lethal pesticide to be used to deter sandhill cranes

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (WDATCP) is moving forward with a new, non-lethal pesticide. Avipel will be applied to corn...

DNR, conservationists fight mad deer

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is uniting with the Wisconsin Conservation Congress and Natural Resources Board to address the spread of Chronic Wasting...
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