Column

Going for green: UW must adopt more aggressive, immediate sustainability goals

Goal of carbon neutrality by 2050 a decent start, but increasingly serious climate change means there is more to be done

UW-Madison Campus

Professor says nuclear energy is safest, most practical energy source

Waste from lifetime of nuclear energy use in US would fit in soda can, professor said

Features

Right of Way: Inaccessible public transportation limits employment, affordable housing options for Madison’s outskirts

Bus rapid transit looks to provide a solution to inequity and pollution but city officials are met with severe lack of public, government funding

UW-Madison Campus

Global Health Institute director discusses effect of climate change on health, social justice

The director said "poor countries are suffering, but it is wealthy countries that are causing the problem."

City of Madison

Climate change could lead to shortening of winter season, extension of summer days in Madison, experts say

Regenerative agricultural systems, green infrastructure, groundwater research are all possible actions in combating climate change

Column

Climate change is calling. It’s high time we listen

IPCC report on climate change urges swift action

State of Wisconsin

Great Lakes-focused book selected for ‘Go Big Read’ promotes awareness of environmental issues

Author Dan Egan has spent more than 10 years researching Great Lakes

Herald

Experts search for remedy as pollution in Madison lakes becomes cause for concern

Algae blooms and high phosphorus levels indicative of destructive climate change in Wisconsin

City of Madison

With grant, Dane County to combat climate change through research, policy

Alongside grant, UW details plans for improved sustainability efforts in campus residence halls

Column

Fake news isn’t just fake facts — cherry-picking, misrepresenting the truth is still a lie

Politicians using selective hearing when searching for data to fit agendas immoral, unethical