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Future warming climates will result in new plant interactions, competition

Different migration patterns, competitive traits will determine species' fates

Science News

Cutting greenhouse emissions from livestock can help mitigate climate change

UW professor talks strategies for mitigation

City of Madison

Reports label Madison climate sanctuary, but some scientists say Isthmus still faces climate challenges

'The Upper Midwest might be a little more naturally climate-resilient,' UW professor says

City of Madison

350 Madison hires executive director, hopes to increase climate crisis awareness

“We have to transition very rapidly to renewable energy," 350 Madison president says

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Celebrate Earth Day by having teach-ins, stimulating discussions about climate change

UW should dedicate some portion of its classes to talk about global warming and environmental issues

State of Wisconsin

Alliant Energy to close their last coal plant in Wisconsin by end of 2024

Closing of the plant is progress toward company's goal to eliminate use of coal by 2040

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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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It’s time to clear the air about climate change

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

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."

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

IPCC report on climate change urges swift action

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