Stories tagged: "climate crisis"


Farmers discuss the trend toward wetter fields at Governor's Task Force on Climate Change
Farmers Wonder if Wetter Fields Are New Norm

Central Wisconsin farmers share stories of soaked fields, delayed planting and harvesting with Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change

Ned Daniels, Jr., chairman of the Forest County Potawatomi community, delivers the 2020 State of the Tribes address in Madison on Tuesday, Feb. 18. (WisEye.org)
Tribal Address Calls Attention to Sex Trafficking and Fighting Opioids

Climate change action also sought by state's Native American leaders

The Fox River is reflected in the "River Monolith" sculpture along Green Bay's riverfront. (Photo by Jonathon Sadowski)
How Green Bay Is Going Green

City launching efforts to fight climate change as federal and state efforts falter or go backwards

Lake Michigan has risen to within inches of the seawall in Kewaunee. The seawall underwent a $4 million upgrade two years ago. (Photo by Pat Kreitlow)
Lake Michigan Heading for Record Highs Again

Climate change brings ongoing damage and disruption in several WI communities

Tony Evers Becomes Wisconsin's 46th Governor on January 7, 2019 (Courtesy: dma.wi.gov)
Some Good Got Accomplished in 2019 WI Politics

New governor, attorney general, treasurer take actions on climate crisis, women’s health, drug treatment, LGBTQ recognition