Column

Banning straws is insufficient — corporations must do more to tackle climate change

Small actions from individuals are important, but ultimately won't solve our problems

Column

Finding hope in panic: Youth turn to desperation to save the Earth

Facing increasing instability, inaction from those in power, youth are leading climate change movement to hold on to any hope for their future

City of Madison

Dane County Land and Water Resources Department installs filters in Madison lakes to combat algal blooms

Recently installed filters will help prevent potentially life-threatening algal blooms from coming into contact with humans

UW-Madison Campus

UW alum discusses history, future of global energy consumption

Speaker says energy consumption affects everyone, societies will adapt to changing climate

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Gov. Evers takes first step to create carbon-neutral Wisconsin

Despite opposition from Republicans on state, federal levels, Evers sets high goals to reduce Wisconsin's carbon footprint

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Ignorance in activism: Recent climate change protest shows activism can be tarnished by ignorant, insensitive oversight of history

Freedom of speech is vital, but citizens must be cognizant of impact of actions

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: If UW cares about indigenous students, it must denounce TMT project, defend Mauna Kea

As a founding member of AURA, UW is in a uniquely powerful position to speak up for preservation of sacred indigenous land

Column

The first Earth Day originated in Wisconsin — here’s how far we’ve come since then

The first Earth Day was gripped with urgency on both sides of the aisle, that same urgency is needed now more than ever

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Green New Deal could create jobs, raise wages, improve environment in Wisconsin

Clean, renewable energy isn't only benefit in adopting the Green New Deal

Column

It’s time to clear the air about climate change

Understanding difference between climate change, global warming imperative to engaging in productive discourse