In November, President Biden signed the Infrastructure and Jobs Act into law shortly after it passed through Congress with bipartisan support. The law makes a historic $1.2 trillion investment in every sector of our nation’s infrastructure, from roads, bridges, airports and railways to energy generation and transmission…
Since 2016, Clean Wisconsin has been working with local communities to protect water & public health from high-PAH pavement sealants. Now, state lawmakers are taking up the issue.
The Trump Administration is proposing significant rollbacks to the Clean Water Rule advanced by the Obama Administration.
Even though Waukesha has been granted permission to pump Lake Michigan water, there is still important work to be done by all of us who care about the Great Lakes Compact’s important long-term protections for the lakes.
In March, Clean Wisconsin staff, along with our partners at Milwaukee Water Commons, led 10 Great Lakes advocates from around Wisconsin to attend Great Lakes Day, an annual citizen lobby event in Washington, D.C.
Clean Wisconsin has built another coalition of environmental organizations, this time in northeastern Wisconsin, to work on the local level to tackle the issue of high levels of toxic PAHs in our communities and in our lakes and rivers.