Clean Wisconsin applauds the Natural Resources Board for voting to start the process to develop new rules to reduce nitrate pollution from farm fields on Tuesday. This vote—the first major hurdle in creating new rules—was an important step for protecting rural drinking water across the state.
Major investment in clean energy, but opportunity to retire coal plants remains.
Clean Wisconsin applauds Gov. Tony Evers for signing an executive order to establish a Climate Change Task Force to formulate a direction for climate change policies for Wisconsin.
The bottom line is that this proposed rule fails to protect public health.
“The Trump Administration’s repeal of the Waters of the U.S rule represents a failure by the administration to protect the water resources we all rely on.”
Clean Wisconsin applauds Gov. Tony Evers for signing an executive order today to address the growing threat to drinking water and public health from the class of hazardous chemicals called PFAS.
Clean Wisconsin strongly supports Gov. Tony Evers in signing an executive order to formally set a statewide goal of producing 100% carbon-free electricity by 2050 and to establish an Office of Sustainability & Clean Energy.
Clean Wisconsin and nine other environmental organizations filed a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday opposing the Trump Administration’s Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule, arguing the rule unlawfully sidesteps the Clean Air Act by relaxing emission standards that will increase carbon emissions and harm public health.
Clean Wisconsin expressed renewed concern on Thursday after researchers for the Southwest Wisconsin Groundwater and Geology (SWIGG) study released results showing that over 9 in 10 sampled wells in Grant, Iowa and Lafayette Counties tested positive for fecal matter.
Clean Wisconsin joined Governor Tony Evers and Take Back My Meds Milwaukee to promote responsible pharmaceutical disposal at a press conference Wednesday announcing a new drug drop box at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center on the city’s southwest side.