A retired technical college teacher in Milwaukee, Anne Steinberg says she appreciates the pension she gets every month and the state agency that manages the pension fund assets.
A couple of days before Christmas, the Biden administration took a modest but significant step toward protecting old-growth areas in the national forest system.
Global heat has seared to new extremes in recent months, and devastating climate disasters are providing powerful reminders of the costs of climate change, as governments around the world prepare for the 2023 United Nations climate summit that starts on Nov. 30.
Researchers are out with new findings they say show that death rates linked to air pollution from coal plants are underestimated.
Some Wisconsin utilities are slow to reduce fossil-fuel dependence, according to new data from the Sierra Club, while others are improving their efforts.
Wisconsin, like every other state, is facing an uncertain future due to a shifting climate and diminishing natural resources, and instead of working towards climate solutions, our representatives are busy dismantling the very policies that are proven to work.
Wisconsin is going to be a part of two new “hydrogen hubs” backers say will generate clean fuel but some environmental groups say it is a mixed bag.
Clean water advocates in some of Wisconsin’s communities hit hardest by PFAS contamination say Republican-authored legislation to aid in the cleanup of the harmful “forever chemicals” contains too many poison pills to support.
Lahaina on the Hawaiian island of Maui is not the first U.S. city to be laid waste by wildfires.
The administration directed U.S. agencies to begin considering the social cost of greenhouse gases when making purchase decisions and implementing their budgets.