Read the report or watch the presentation! Wisconsin’s forested landscapes are ripe with potential for increasing carbon sequestration and storage...
While climate change is a global issue, ultimately all climate impacts are local.
Over 12,000 Wisconsinites have died from COVID-19. Many more have suffered illness due to the virus. After two years battling COVID, uncertainty about our shared future remains.
Indigenous knowledges and perspectives are not commonly recognized in climate adaptation planning focused on natural and cultural resource management.
At the “Wisconsin's State of the Climate” talk, five leaders from the Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts (WICCI) network provided an overview of WICCI’s recently released 2021 assessment report,
Public health researcher Dr. Jon Temte has had the unique experience of transiting through the pandemic on many levels: from home and community, through clinical practice, and as part of vaccine policy creation on state and national levels.
Dr. Dipesh Navsaria discussed the science of how stressors affect children, how the pandemic has specifically created challenges for families, and the power of protective strategies at the micro-, meso-, and macro- levels to not only ameliorate stress, but to enable children to flourish and thrive.
In the third Climate & Energy Series talk, Savanna Institute’s Keefe Keeley and Barbara Decré introduced Wisconsin Academy guests to agroforestry, a natural climate solution that has the potential to transform Wisconsin’s agricultural landscap
Our second lunch-hour Climate & Energy talk of 2022, "Spurring Action on Climate Change through Artistic Engagement" featured speakers from the
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