We talk about flooding and climate change solutions, two years after record rains rocked western Dane County.
This truth is why in 1972, Congress enacted the bipartisan Clean Water Act to protect our nation’s streams and wetlands and keep our water safe. And it’s why in 2020, Clean Wisconsin filed a lawsuit in federal court with other environmental groups to challenge the Trump Administration’s “Dirty Water Rule,” which will wipe out many of these vital protections.
This summer has brought a lot of changes for Clean Wisconsin, and this includes some new additions to our staff.
In a major victory for Wisconsin’s air quality, a federal appeals court judge ruled on July 10, 2020 that the US Environmental Protection Agency had failed to protect Wisconsin residents from ozone pollution when determining which counties met health standards for the pollutant.
MADISON, WI — Clean Wisconsin strongly supports Alliant Energy’s plan to retire the Edgewater Unit 5 coal plants in Sheboygan by the end of 2022, which the utility announced Friday morning.
Withdrawing flawed opinion on high-capacity wells allows DNR to ‘do its job again’ Clean Wisconsin applauds Attorney General Josh Kaul for his decision on Friday, May 1, to withdraw a flawed opinion issued by former Attorney General Brad Schimel stating the Department of Natural Resources lacked legal authority to consider negative impacts to surface water
A coalition of environmental groups filed a lawsuit in federal court to block the Trump administration’s unlawful move to gut protections for many of America’s streams and wetlands.
The plan charts a way forward for the county to meet carbon reduction goals and prepares the county for the impacts of climate change in a way that creates economic opportunity, builds social equity, and protects public health.
In this episode of the podcast, we head to nation’s capital to meet up with three of these advocates and learn that human connection may be our best hope of protecting our Great Lakes.
Clean Wisconsin commends Gov. Tony Evers for selecting Tyler Huebner on Wednesday to serve as Commissioner of the Public Service Commission.