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Climate & Energy Series

Wisconsin Agricultural Landscape

While climate change is a global issue, ultimately all climate impacts are local.

Image of Forward Wisconsin statue floating by drowned Capitol Building

Chelsea Chandler leads a discussion of Resilience & Adaptation and reviews outcomes from the 2019 Climate Fast Forward conference.

Image of Forward Wisconsin statue floating by drowned Capitol Building

Chelsea Chandler hosts a discussion on Natural Climate Solutions and reviews outcomes from the 2019 Climate Fast Forward conference.

Image of Forward Wisconsin statue floating by drowned Capitol Building

Chelsea Chandler hosts a discussion on Energy Use and reviews outcomes from the 2019 Climate Fast Forward conference.

Image of Forward Wisconsin statue floating by drowned Capitol Building

Chelsea Chandler hosts a discussion on Energy Generation and reviews outcomes from the 2019 Climate Fast Forward conference.

Chris Brockel, Project Coordinator of Healthy Food for All and Operations Coordinator for FEED Operations will discuss how to reduce food waste.

As a part of our "Drawdown in Wisconsin" Environmental Breakfast Series, Diane Mayerfeld of UW-Extension discusses regenerative agriculture.

Gary Radloff, Principal at The Radloff Group, discusses the role microgrids can play in our energy system.

Debbie Branson, New Market Manager at Madison Gas & Electric Co., discusses the future of electric vehicles.

Michael Vickerman, Program & Policy Director, RENEW Wisconsin and Richard Heinemann, Attorney, Boardman & Clark LLP, discuss how “How cities can lead.”

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