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Make your voice heard now on these critical issues
Protect Wisconsin communities from leaded aviation fuel
Leaded aviation gas is the largest source of lead air emissions in Wisconsin with 80% of annual lead air emissions coming from aircraft. FAA Authorization bills in Congress have provisions that would make efforts to address lead pollution more difficult. These provisions unnecessarily hinder efforts to transition away from leaded airplane fuels and protect public health. Tell Senator Baldwin that Congress should not interfere with efforts to address lead pollution from aircraft!
Tell the PSC to Protect Rooftop Solar
Both MG&E and Alliant Energy are trying to eliminate existing programs that support rooftop solar. With new federal funding making rooftop solar more accessible than ever, Wisconsinites need a clear, understandable path that rewards installing their own systems.
Tell the PSC to protect rooftop solar and keep home solar buyback rates for MG&E and Alliant Energy customers that promote clean energy in Wisconsin.
Stop the Line 5 Pipeline
Are you visiting Ashland, Bayfield, or Iron County soon? Help document threatened and endangered species that could be harmed by the Line 5 tar sands oil pipeline.
In collaboration with Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC) and the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (Mashkiiziibii) Natural Resources Department, Clean Wisconsin has produced a protected species survey guide for the Bad River watershed.
Help Save the Mississippi River
Wisconsin is part of the Upper Mississippi River Basin. Other natural treasures like the Everglades, Puget Sound and the Great Lakes already enjoy the benefits of a dedicated federal restoration program. It is the Mississippi River’s turn.
Tell Congress to pass the Mississippi River Restoration Initiative!
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