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Milwaukee
May 30, 2017
The city of Milwaukee is already known as the Fresh Coast and aspires to lap up attention as a freshwater hub. Now it’s looking for a new name to cement its reputation as an area open to innovation and attractive to millennials.
Milwaukee
May 18, 2017
Donating is an easy way to put your unwanted items to GOOD use! Master list of donation/recycling opportunities in Milwaukee.        

Honoring the Water Congregation of the Great Spirit Water Ceremony - Milwaukee Water Commons

May 9, 2017
Honoring the Water Congregation of the Great Spirit Water Ceremony - Milwaukee Water Commons
May 9, 2017
Water as a risk needs to be understood and managed to ensure the security of people’s habitats and livelihoods. Historical development pathways are often not appropriate for planning future urban water systems, considering the uncertainties of climate change and rapid population growth.
May 9, 2017
A bankruptcy judge on Tuesday approved the sale of the 47-acre former Milwaukee Solvay Coke Co. site, 311 E. Greenfield.  The site is primarily south of E. Greenfield Ave., along the Kinnickinnic River and roughly two blocks east of 1st St.
May 9, 2017
Consumers today are very concerned about the impact products; services and the companies who produce them have on the greater world.
May 2, 2017
Wisconsin should increase the amount of renewable energy in our state to reduce air and water quality pollution from burning fossil fuels. Currently the state is meeting its ten percent renewable energy goal that was established in 2005.  Wisconsin was one of the lowest percentage targe
May 2, 2017
All water is connected.  When groundwater is depleted, all water users—businesses, municipalities, farmers, fishermen, boaters, waterfront property owners, and more—pay the price. SB 76 would limit the ability of the DNR to address groundwater overpumping in critical areas by granting “
May 2, 2017
Wisconsin currently honors the sacrifice of our resident disabled veterans by offering reduced rates for fishing and hunting licenses. In addition, Wisconsin exempts anyone in active service with the U.S.
May 1, 2017
Navigate to the original article to listen to the 3 original podcasts by Ben Weaver. 
April 19, 2017
As a clinical psychologist, I use MI every day to help my clients make the changes they desire. My first experience with MI was during my internship at a large VA hospital. I was tasked with developing a program to help vets who were struggling with substance abuse.
April 18, 2017
Increase in new CCL members leaning right
April 17, 2017
He should know. Testifying recently before the House Science Committee at a hearing dominated by climate science skeptics, Mann said, “It’s now more important than ever for scientists to speak up — loudly and clearly.”
April 12, 2017
Each water protector brings their own set of knowledge, skills, and teachings to their effort. They also choose different strategies, tools, and examples for making a positive difference. But how do we measure our impact?
April 5, 2017
During the past few decades, water threats have been met with various interest-groups who mitigate short-term damage within their orphaned political and cultural boundaries.
March 27, 2017
Storytelling is a vital skill to have when talking about climate change. In this episode, podcast host, Peterson Toscano, introduces you to novelist, Aaron Thier, a master storyteller. Through his new climate change-themed book, Mr.