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Climate & Energy

A2018 Local Government Summit discussion with Megan Levy from the Office of Energy Innovation, Ned Noel from the City of Eau Claire, and Manus McDevitt from the Sustainable Engineering Group.

There are many places where people concerned about climate change can influence decisions surrounding electricity generation and transmission.

Massive flooding in Gays Mills on August 29, 2018. (Photo by Erik Daily, courtesy of the LaCrosse Tribune.)

Rather than waiting for the next disaster, will we start investing in resilience so that devastating floods like the ones that happened this summer don’t become our new normal?

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

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

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Join us for visionary virtual webinars that build a collective sense of purpose, knowledge, and action as we face the many challenges of our time.

Right now in Wisconsin, much of the meaningful work in energy planning and climate change mitigation is happening through local government and the businesses and organizations that support their efforts. 

Science and the American Experiment Conference

A day-long exploration of research, policy, and communication, focusing on the shifting cultural expectations regarding science as a transformative force in society.

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