Climate Change

Many people are concerned about adaptation to climate change impacts and searching for ways to reduce their own environmental impact. In this blog series, we’ll present information about local and statewide climate impacts and issues. These posts are an opportunity for us to summarize information from other sources, and also add our own personal thoughts on the matter.

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A bus, bike lane, and bike parking in Amsterdam
To Drive or Not to Drive – Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled
Lessons from Copenhagen on Being a Bike Friendly City
Outdoor, Active, and Healthy: A Mindset for Cross-Country Skiers During Warmer Winters
The Intersections of Youth, Arts, Climate Change, and Public Health
Tis the Season to Celebrate Soil!
Engaging Conversation through Art: The CarbonEra Cafe
Local Communities: Key Players in Addressing Climate Change
Tree Canopy – A Tool To Build Climate Resilience
Supreme Court Decision Creates Roadblock to Clean Energy; Yet, Congress Paves the Way
It’s All Connected–How Climate Change is Affecting Our Lakes
Talk the Talk: How Conversations Can be the Most Effective Tool Against Climate Change
Climate Change: What does perception have to do with it? 

Meet the Writers

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Michelle Probst, Natural Resources Educator or 608-224-3696
Michelle provides educational programs on natural resource issues. She supports community organizations, committees, and departments in informed decision-making, strategic planning, and their overall efforts to improve the Dane County community’s environmental benefits and natural resource assets.

Sharon Lezberg, Community Development Educator or 608‐224‐3719
Sharon provides educational programs and planning and facilitation support for nonprofit and civic organizations and units of local government to build organizational capacity and promote inclusive public engagement.