Editorial

Editorial Board: Fall 2019’s biggest stories

Following are the most contested stories from this semester

UW-Madison Campus

Protest calls for climate action, announces new student coalition

Protestors will gather every Friday at Library mall as a part of Fridays for Future

City of Madison

Mayor waives nearly $5,000 bill for youth climate protesters

Costs to cover police presence, permitting process around event organizing remain "undefined," deputy mayor said

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Facing inaction from previous generations, it’s up to younger generations to tackle climate change

Stakes too high to let cycle of indifference continue

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Sea levels are rising — but faith in Wisconsin politics can too

Potential bipartisan support for climate change action will prove meaningful, productive

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After firing of Madison West security guard, youth activism takes the lead

Recent success of political movements shows efficacy of youth activism, bodes well for future

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Going for green: Education, engagement must be priorities as UW works to improve sustainability efforts

As an institution whose primary focus is on education, lackluster performance in this category is a call to action

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Youth activism might just save us all

Climate strike movement has gained impressive traction, in large part thanks to work of young activists

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What contemporary whitewashing says about us and our future

Why the rewriting of history matters, and what we should do about it

UW-Madison Campus

Energy Institute kicks off national clean energy week with panel on energy innovation

Panelists discussed likelihood of carbon taxes, future of nuclear and role of consumers

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