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News Release | Wisconsin Environment

Statement: Task Force on Climate Change recommendations provide valuable roadmap to 100 percent renewable energy

MADISON -- Gov. Tony Evers’ Task Force on Climate Change released its report on Wednesday, outlining 55 recommendations to both reduce global warming emissions and transition to a carbon-free future. The task force, made up of scientists, state elected officials, and tribal, youth, industry and nonprofit leaders, among others, determined that failing to take climate action carries a far higher cost than accelerating the transition to a clean energy economy.

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Report | Wisconsin Environment

A Path to Cleaner Water

America’s waterways are a national asset. They are the places we swim on hot summer days, kayak with friends and family, spend a relaxing day fishing, and so much more. Yet billions of gallons of stormwater runoff and sewage overflows continue to pollute our rivers, lakes and coastal waters. As a result, all too often our beaches are unsafe for swimming, communities are flooded with sewage, and toxic algal outbreaks threaten wildlife and public health.

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Blog Post

How to be more energy efficient based on your Zodiac sign | Brynn Furey

Energy saving tips that are written in the stars

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Our decades-long campaign to defend the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is not over | Steve Blackledge

The Trump administration announced Monday that it will begin oil leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. We've been working for decades to protect this 19 million acre wilderness, and we're not giving up now.

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News Release | Wisconsin Environment

New report provides roadmap for Wisconsin to achieve carbon-free transportation

Madison, WI – The transportation sector is the second largest source of global warming pollution in Wisconsin. But a new report from Wisconsin Environment Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group describes how Wisconsin can build a zero-carbon transportation future — all while cleaning our air and creating safer, healthier communities.

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