Here in Wisconsin, we are still dependent on what once seemed like an endless bounty of carbon-based energy. But as the Earth continues to warm, it’s clear we need to focus on non-carbon–based fuels for the health and well-being of the planet. And that means our health and well-being, too.
How has elections affected how we address energy issues? How has research shifted the conversation? Today we discuss energy distribution in 2016 with John Farrell, director of energy democracy at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.