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Jane as a child on the shores of Lake Michigan.

The Academy has commemorated World Water Day for the last several years through our Waters of Wisconsin Initiative.

With decreasing costs and increasing employment opportunities, renewable energy is well positioned to take on a more significant role in Wisconsin.

On the Wisconsin DNR's change of language on climate change, and the Academy's renewed commitment to science.

The City of La Crosse addresses locally our need for energy sustainability and resilience.

Our energy choices are not one size fits all. A rural co-op offers members a variety of solar energy options.

Cities such as Eau Claire are well positioned to lead in addressing climate change through a variety of municipal projects to increase efficiency, develop renewable energy, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The passing of the torch for the Academy's Initiatives program.

More than a decade has passed since the first statewide Waters of Wisconsin (WOW) conversation, and the publication of its definitive report Waters of Wi

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Rachel Bruya departs as exhibitions coordinator of James Watrous Gallery and welcomes Angela Johnson to the team.

Waukesha is the first community to successfully receive permission to buy water from the Great Lakes (specifically, Lake Michigan) under the 2008 Great Lakes Compact.

Is the diversion of Lake Michigan waters Waukesha's only option to secure "a safe and sustainable source of water for its residents"?

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