Scheduled Events

Join us on April 7 from 7–8:15 p.m. CT

The world’s top climate scientists have told us we have a ten-year window to make rapid reductions in the carbon pollution causing global warming in order to hold the warming to the low end of under 3° F. Meanwhile, clean energy solutions have gotten less expensive, and in many markets, these solutions now cost less than fossil fuel alternatives. Focusing state and local action around climate solutions could open the road to “solve climate” over the next decade.
Taking action on climate change has never been more crucial, and doing so can lead to healthier communities, economies, and environments across our state. Join us on April 7th from 7–8:15 p.m. CT for an evening of conversation with the folks behind some of Wisconsin’s leading climate solutions. Learn more and register here »

Event speakers include:

  • Mandela Barnes, Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor
  • Morgan Edwards, UW–Madison Assistant Professor of Public Affairs
  • Stephanie Janeth Salgado Altamirano, UW–Madison student, Member of the Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change
  • Dylan Bizhikiins Jennings, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission Director of Public Information
  • Seth Hoffmeister, Wisconsin Conservation Voters Organizing and Political Director
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