In the Media




FEBRUARY 26, 2016
UW-Madison research team creates model to predict climate change
The Daily Cardinal


FEBRUARY 26, 2016
UW-Madison Q&A session addresses climate change
The Daily Cardinal


FEBRUARY 26, 2016
Rewriting the rules: Critics charge the Legislature is eroding protections of the state’s water resources
Isthmus


FEBRUARY 19, 2016
UW assistant geology professor co-authors climate change paper in science journal
The Badger Herald


FEBRUARY 15, 2016
Guest viewpoint: Wolf delisting decision not based on the facts
The Register-Guard


FEBRUARY 11, 2016
Zika is just one more way climate change is worse for women
Grist


FEBRUARY 11, 2016
U.S. Supreme Court puts Obama's climate plan on hold
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


FEBRUARY 11, 2016
UW-Madison prof co-authors study tracking ‘catastrophic’ long-term climate change impact
The Capital Times


FEBRUARY 9, 2016
Study: Carbon Dioxide Could Cause Problems For Thousands Of Years
Wisconsin Public Radio


FEBRUARY 9, 2016
Dr. Richard Keller dissects environment of health programs in postcolonial world
The Daily Cardinal


FEBRUARY 9, 2016
Man-made climate change will last 10000 years, study warns
Daily Mail


FEBRUARY 8, 2016
Wisconsin officials voice disapproval over federal Clean Power Plan
The Badger Herald


FEBRUARY 8, 2016
Scientists Say Climate Change May Have Fueled Zika
Bloomberg


FEBRUARY 8, 2016
There's One Thing That Could Make the Zika Virus Much More Dangerous — Climate Change
Vice News


FEBRUARY 8, 2016
What Lessons Will We Learn From Zika?
Discover


FEBRUARY 5, 2016
Focus on Dane County: UW-Madison, Monona to collaborate on city project
Wisconsin State Journal


FEBRUARY 5, 2016
UW professor looks at alternative scenarios to assess future of Yahara Watershed
The Badger Herald


FEBRUARY 4, 2016
Higher temperatures make Zika mosquito spread disease more
AP


FEBRUARY 3, 2016
Higher temperatures makes Zika mosquito spread disease more
WBNS-10TV


FEBRUARY 3, 2016
The hidden environmental factors behind the spread of Zika and other devastating diseases
The Washington Post


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