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Governor Evers signs Executive Order on Clean Energy

‘Wisconsin Clean Energy Toolkit’ helps local communities address climate change

March 10, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, March 10, 2020

CONTACT: Kate Beaton, Western Organizer, Wisconsin Conservation Voters, 715-257-4275 (office), 715-252-2544 (mobile/text), or [email protected]

Menomonie School District Meeting Addresses Student Rights and Clean Energy

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Menomonie School Board Regular Meeting 3/9/2020

March 9, 2020

This school board meeting was very crowded. There were no empty seats in the room and all of the parking spaces were full. This was due to a combination of proud parents of Oaklawn students and people who came to the meeting to speak or observe.

The planned band trip at spring break has had to be canceled due to new travel advisories about the coronavirus crisis.

Oaklawn students did a presentation on their project to promote acts of kindness and peace.

Governor Evers signs Executive Order on Clean Energy

August 16, 2019

Today Governor Evers signed an executive order on Clean Energy. The order creates an Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy in the Department of Administration. It also declares a goal of reaching 100% clean energy in the state by 2050, as well as bringing the state in line with the Paris Climate Accord, and requires clean energy workforce training in the state.