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Lauren Azar, former WI Public Service Commissioner and Department of Energy Advisor discusses her Grid 2030 report. The conversation with the hosts of the Wisconsin Energy Broadcast includes an overview of the grid, new developments in microgrids, and the threats to the current grid infrastructure.
Tonight, the Perpetual Notion Machine explores the Emerald Ash Borer, another of the many destructive pests living in Wisconsin. And like the Zebra mussel, the Emerald ash borer, is a non-native, invasive species. So, PNM’s Will Cushman talks with UW-Madison entomologist Chris Williamson to help us understand what the ash borer is all about, and […]
Last week, PNM’s Lincoln Tice continued his discussion on hunting by talking with UW-Madison’s wildlife and forest ecologist Mike Samuels about Chronic Wasting Disease. That’s the prion induced encephalopathy that have infected Wisconsin’s deer population. Tonight, the Perpetual Notion Machine continues the discussion on CWD. Lincoln’s guest is Tami Ryan from Wildlife Management in the […]
Last week, PNM’s Lincoln Tice explored the sustainability of hunting, primarily as a source for food. Tonight, Lincoln continues the discussion with an epidemic that’s infecting deer populations throughout the state, Chronic Wasting Disease. His guest is Michael Samuel, Professor Emeritus in forest and wildlife ecology at UW-Madison. CWD is a fatal neurodegenerative disease affecting […]
In tonight’s episode of the Perpetual Notion Machine, Lincoln Tice investigates the sustainability of hunting, and particularly as a source of food. One of his guests is Keith Warnke, Natural Resources Program Specialist at the WI DNR, who organizes the DNR’s hunting education classes. Lincoln’s other guest is Kelly Maynard, who has been hunting for […]
Welcome to this month’s edition of the Wisconsin Energy Broadcast, brought to you by the Perpetual Notion Machine. Producers Heather Allen and Nan Fey talk with Chelsea Chandler, Director of Environmental Initiatives at the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences Arts and Letters. Back in 2014, the academy published the Climate Forward Report, and have just published […]