“Your air. Your land. Your water. Your vote.” On today’s show, Patty Peltekos is joined in the studio by Jennifer Giegerich, Government Affairs Director of the Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. They discuss environmental issues that are of importance to voters in the upcoming election, including air and water quality, clean energy, public lands and […]
Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd speaks with current Representative and gubernatorial candidate Dana Wachs. In his interview, Wachs emphasized the importance of environmental issues to the state of Wisconsin, including hunting rights, CAFOs, water quality, high capacity wells and Foxconn. Other topics discussed include the consequences of Act 10 and educational policy.
The Laurentian Great Lakes are home not only to the earth’s largest area of freshwater, and a diverse and complex ecosystem, but also to North America’s largest agglomeration of urban population. Small wonder, then that the lakes face a bewildering array of challenges: from phosphorus pollution, to invasive species, to habitat loss, to volatile water […]
In 1947, ecologist Aldo Leopold wrote, ““Yet there remains the river, in a few spots hardly changed since Paul Bunyan’s day; at early dawn…one can still hear it singing in the wilderness…Perhaps our grandsons, having never seen a river, will never miss the chance to set a canoe in singing waters.” Thanks to the Lower […]
Once a month, the Monday Buzz checks in with the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism (WCIJ) for the latest scoop around the state. A nonprofit reporting organization, the Wisconsin CIJ has adopted the motto “Protect the Vulnerable, Expose Wrongdoing, Seek Solutions.” This month, managing editor Dee Hall joins host Brian Standing by phone to take […]
8 O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing is joined in the studio with guest Andrew Hahn, who has covered the politics of water for the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism. It’s becoming an increasingly common site in rural Wisconsin, yard signs saying “No CAFOs” or “Save our Water.” As Election Day looms near, many of those issue signs […]