The first global estimate of how many lakes are likely to lose winter ice cover as the climate warms is not cheery.
Thousands of volunteers nationwide are helping to make understanding and forecasting weather more accurate.
Feeling helpless to stop our ever-faster rush toward habitat destruction and loss of diversity? There is something we all can do that will make a difference immediately. STOP EATING […]
Summer is a great time to teach kids about solar energy. (So are spring, fall and winter – but summer is when organizations tend to schedule enrichment activities for obvious […]
Is 2017 the year to install solar energy panels? According to a recent Fortune Magazine article, solar power is becoming cheaper, and will beat the price of coal and natural […]
The Paris conference is very relevant to our lives right here in Wisconsin, and it could be one of the more significant agreements in history, and people from Wisconsin are there.
For anyone who lives on or near the Great Lakes, we are about to get a great opportunity to learn a lot more about our climate and weather. All you […]
Anyone who lives in or has traveled through the Driftless Area (where Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa meet) can see at a glance that this is dramatically different from the land encircling it. Because this region was untouched by the last three glaciers, it is defined by rugged ridges and deep […]
Think globally – act locally! I got a chance to do just that recently when I read in the local newspaper, The Dodgeville Chronicle, about an upcoming 4-part series of evening presentations called “Floods, Droughts, Land and Energy: What Is Wisconsin’s Future.” We now live about 11 miles from Dodgeville, […]
I wanted to share a press release I got from UW-Madison this week. It may be to contemplate snow just as spring is finally bursting out all around us, but this piece puts the data behind a subject I have been worrying about a lot lately — the way our […]