I spend a lot of time thinking about how climate change impacts Wisconsin. And that’s not just because it’s part of my job directing the Climate & Energy program at the Academy.
If a tree falls in the Northwoods, does anyone hear it? I’ve often thought of how this philosophical question applies to a visual art practice, and it often makes me wonder what kind of artwork occurs in the Northwoods of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin roads – particularly rural roads – are in urgent need of repair.
Even though global warming is a politically polarizing topic, it’s worth considering some areas of common ground—both figuratively and literally—when it comes to how we manage the carbon dioxide (CO2) that we’re releasing into the atmos
What happens when 75 thoughtful Wisconsin leaders come together to tackle a challenge? Good things!
There is no Plan B for humanity and our fellow species if we fail to keep our waters alive and clean.
With decreasing costs and increasing employment opportunities, renewable energy is well positioned to take on a more significant role in Wisconsin.
On the Wisconsin DNR's change of language on climate change, and the Academy's renewed commitment to science.
The City of La Crosse addresses locally our need for energy sustainability and resilience.
Our energy choices are not one size fits all. A rural co-op offers members a variety of solar energy options.
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