A state appeals court has upheld decisions that denied a company a permit to build a golf course near a state park along Wisconsin’s Lake Michigan shoreline.
The Biden administration has called the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s farm conservation programs a “linchpin” in the nation’s climate strategy, yet they remain vastly underfunded.
Advocates and lawmakers say utilities need to find different ways to deal with coal plant debt — and stop making a profit off it.
Backed by a pro-business law group, two Wisconsin residents challenge regulations of concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs.
Gov. Tony Evers is allocating more than $402 million to address polluted drinking water in Wisconsin, his office announced Monday.
A survey of residents in 10 states, including Wisconsin, points to a need for better communication from river scientists and advocates.
Wisconsin city and state leaders are glad for a nearly $5 billion federal initiative meant to help states and municipalities advance climate action plans.
Composting food waste can reduce climate impacts and save municipalities money on landfill fees, but concerns about bad smells and pests sometimes get in the way.
Wisconsin is trucking more than 38,500 gallons of toxic, PFAS-containing firefighting foam to low-income, Black-majority Emelle, Ala., home to one of the country’s largest hazardous waste landfills.
The Mississippi River has reached near-historic lows for the second year in a row, which is slowing down shipping and driving up costs for everyone from barge companies to grain elevators.
Solar advocates say there should be a uniform policy for compensating residential solar generation, rather than allowing “ad-hoc major reforms utility by utility.”
The Environmental Protection Agency is funding four new research projects into a fundamental drinking water challenge: how to make sure water stays clean of illness-causing microbes without accidentally creating toxic chemicals.