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Alliance Launched To Save Bees

Sixty-five chefs, restaurant owners and other culinary leaders joined us to launch the Bee Friendly Food Alliance. Through the Alliance, chefs and restaurateurs are calling attention to the importance of bees to our food supply, the dramatic die-off of bee populations, and the need to protect our pollinators. LEARN MORE.

News Release | Wisconsin Environment

Groups call on Gov. Walker to protect Wisconsin's lakes

Madison – On Tuesday, area fishermen, farmers and environmentalists held a press conference at Lake Waubesa, to call on Governor Walker and his administration to move ahead with protections for Wisconsin’s waterways.

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Report | Wisconsin Environment Research & Policy Center

Wisconsin's Lakes at Risk: The Growing Threat of Pollution from Agriculture and Development

Executive Summary

Runoff pollution from farms and urban areas threatens water quality in waterbodies across Wisconsin. Bacteria at beaches, toxic algae in lakes, and sediment in streams can make the water unsafe for drinking, swimming and boating, and limit aquatic plant and animal life.

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News Release | Wisconsin Environment

Senator Kohl Rejects Assault on Wisconsinites' Health

Madison — Yesterday, Senator Kohl voted against a dangerous attack on Wisconsinites health that would block the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to clean up dangerous carbon dioxide pollution. Four proposals—dubbed “The Filthy Four”—that would have prevented the clean-up of carbon dioxide pollution were considered and blocked in the U.S. Senate.

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News Release | Wisconsin Environment

Senator Kohl to Vote on Attacks on Public Health Today

Madison — Today, Senator Kohl will be voting on proposals that would severely threaten Wisconsinites health by blocking the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to clean up dangerous carbon dioxide pollution.

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News Release | Wisconsin Environment

Clean Energy Jobs Act Can Ramp Up Solar Power

MILWAUKEE -- Today at the Green Energy Summit in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Environment will release a new report outlining a vision for using the sun to meet 10 percent of the United States’ total energy needs by 2030. The report is the first in a two-part series the group is releasing to build support for state and federal policies to promote solar energy.

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