Environment

Recent Pence visit doesn’t reflect the perceptions of climate change in...

Wisconsin has received a lot of attention from Vice President Mike Pence, with his repeated visits to the Badger State in recent months. At...

How could COVID-19 reshape our cities? Fewer cars, more housing and...

The COVID-19 pandemic has radically upended society.  Dane County and the City of Milwaukee have mandated that everyone wear masks at restaurants, stores, and other indoor...

Manure spill enters Little Suamico River in Oconto County

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is assisting in the clean-up of a manure spill near the village of Pulaski in Oconto County. After...

Shut down Line 5 — it’s too risky A history of...

Enbridge’s Line 5 oil pipeline is too risky to keep operating and now the State of Wisconsin can permanently shut it down. (The Line...

More Wisconsin properties at risk of flooding than FEMA estimates, report...

There are currently 273,400 properties in Wisconsin that have a substantial risk of flooding, according to a new report from the First Street Foundation,...

Lt. Gov. Barnes’ first climate change conversation drew 200 Wisconsinites

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes reported that the first of five planned listening sessions of the Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change drew in more...

Wisconsin must adapt, warn Climate Task Force members Lt. Gov. Barnes...

Although climate change might not be the first thing on the minds of many Wisconsinites, it remains a top priority for state officials. The...

Lt. Gov. Barnes: Wisconsin, it’s time to talk climate change

Next week the Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change will hold two listening sessions — virtually — to hear how Wisconsinites are being affected...

State parks continue to surge in visitor capacity

As restrictions ease, scores of visitors continue to pour into Wisconsin state parks and other state lands. On June 10, state campgrounds reopened with...

Frank Lloyd Wright’s school will survive — but not at Taliesin

Declared dead after 88 years in January, Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture at Taliesin will continue after all — although at a new...
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