The Climate and Health Program studies how climate change impacts people's health in Wisconsin and develops ways to reduce those health impacts. We use that research to create strategies, tools, and trainings to help communities adapt to climate change and protect the health of all Wisconsinites.
Topics include heat waves; severe storms; winter weather; drought; floods; and infectious diseases.
Climate change reports are available from 2020, 2021, and 2022.
The webpage includes toolkits for health professionals that are available for health professionals and address heat, storms, winter weather, wildfires, drought, flood, infectious disease, and community engagement.
Focus on Energy is Wisconsin’s statewide energy efficiency and renewable resource program funded by the state’s investor-owned energy utilities and participating municipal and electric cooperative utilities.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is offering grants to support the development of new and existing cooperatives in Wisconsin, with a goal of fostering the success of current and future cooperatives by supporting planning and exploratory research in advance of making a large investment.