Watch the 6th Webinar in the Series – Resilient Cities are for the Birds! Join us on July 20th for a presentation that will demonstrate ways that we can make our built forms more friendly to birds, including legislation, architectural design, vegetation features, and more. Along the way we’ll note the symbiotic relationship this approach […]Read more about "Webinar 6: Resilient Cities are for the Birds! – watch the recording"
2021 Assessment Report: Wisconsin’s Changing Climate -by the Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts Impacts and Solutions for a Warmer Climate Wisconsin’s climate continues to change. In the 10 years since the 2011 WICCI Assessment Report, new data show continued warming, increases in rain and snow, and more frequent extreme rainfall events. The report explains […]Read more about "Wisconsin’s Changing Climate Assessment Report"
A few weeks ago, the New York Times reported that greenhouse gas emissions rose 6% in 2021. Despite the social and economic upheaval of the past few years due to a global pandemic, it’s important to remember that climate change remains an ever-present threat. As this reporting showed, transportation is still the leading contributor of […]Read more about "2021 in Review: Transportation Emissions Remain a Top Priority"
Celebrating 25 Years! We’re excited to share our 25th Anniversary celebration with you! Take a look at what your support over the past 25 years has meant to us and the state of Wisconsin. View the timeline to see what we’ve accomplished in the last ¼ century Meet our staff and learn more about our […]Read more about "Celebrating 25 Years!"
#5 – Wisconsin Lawmakers – State Climate Change Bills This week, a group of legislators released 22 bills to reduce the effects of climate change and make Wisconsin more sustainable. These bills were spearheaded by representatives across the state including Representative Greta Neubauer, D-Racine, who said “We have no time to waste if we want […]Read more about "Forward Thinking – Wisconsin Climate Change Bills"
Join Governor Evers and Lt. Governor Barnes for a public listening sessions on the Governor’s 2021-23 Budget. This is our chance to tell Governor Evers how to fund programs and positions that increase multi-modal transportation support, make sound land use planning a priority, and confront the climate crisis – all the while, making racial justice […]Read more about "Governor’s People’s Budget Listening Sessions: How to Participate"