New polling suggests most Americans support nationwide efforts to boost renewable energy capacity under the threat of climate change, and a local government leader from Wisconsin said municipalities are doing what they can, even with some challenges in their way.
Agricultural landscapes with a robust array of plants will likely become even more important as temperatures warm.
If you’ve been to a Wisconsin park recently, chances are you have noticed lots of geese. Their populations have trended upward, and animal rights advocates urge municipalities to take euthanasia off their list of mitigation strategies.
A U.S. Supreme Court decision has removed an estimated 50% of the country’s wetlands from protection under the federal Clean Water Act, yet more than a century of state laws and court precedent will leave most of Wisconsin’s wetlands protected.
A court hearing is scheduled for this week as environmental and tribal advocates continue to voice concerns about an oil and gas pipeline that runs across northern Wisconsin.
A Wisconsin court case involving charges against animal rights activists remains in play.
It’s that time of year again. Parents are sharing sign-up sheets, volunteering to bring flowers, cards and breakfast treats to their kids’ schools.
Gov. Tony Evers signed a bill on Monday aimed at expanding programs meant to improve water quality in watersheds, lakes and rivers around Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Conservation Congress’ annual spring survey saw its lowest participation since 2019, which was the first year participants could cast votes online.
The nominees to an obscure board that hears appeals of local decisions on the siting of livestock facilities finally got confirmation hearings on Thursday after several members’ terms had long expired.