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The State of Recycling in Wisconsin

Recycling rates in major cities throughout Wisconsin reveal one of the more wasteful states in the nation. Based on the most recent available data, only Madison and Waukesha have managed to eclipse the national average of 34.7 percent (see table below). Due to a lack of reporting in certain jurisdictions, the state’s overall recycling rate is unclear. However, given low rates in major cities, evidence from other states suggests that Wisconsin’s statewide rate is even lower than the national average.

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Mayors for solar showcases how cities plan to reach renewable goals

Twenty-eight mayors and city staff logged on to discuss how their cities can harness more of the sun's power...

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Congress passes long overdue measures to protect our drinking water from lead, sewage

Victories for clean water are rare in Washington, D.C., these days, so this is one to savor.

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At a packed public hearing, Americans stand up for the world's largest temperate rainforest

A group of concerned Americans packed a hearing room in Washington, D.C., to speak up for Alaska's Tongass National Forest.

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To save the Land and Water Conservation Fund, Zinke urged to 'get with the program'

America's top public lands official supported the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) before. It's time for him to save it now.

 

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