MADISON — Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes is calling on Wisconsin to combat climate change.
Barnes and the Governor’s Climate Change task force will be hosting two vitual sessions on how Wisconsinites are being affected, as well as soliciting potential solutions.
According to the release, Barnes and other climate change task force members will be participating, and the listening sessions will also include presentations on local leadership, as well as opportunities for participants to break into groups, provide commentary and recommendations.
“Through my work and travels as Lieutenant Governor, I have witnessed firsthand the impacts the climate crisis is having on our communities, our health, and our economy,” writes Barnes.
Details on both sessions:
Tuesday, June 23, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. (Register: bit.ly/3fAn2sr)
“The first listening session will highlight local sustainability champions and include presentations from the City of River Falls, the City of Milwaukee, and representatives from the UW System. While presentations will be focused on local leadership, commentary on any issues related to climate change is welcome during group discussion.”
Saturday, June 27, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. (Register: bit.ly/3dcxQLT)
Zoom Link: bit.ly/37C7dyM
OR Call: 1 (312) 626-6799
Meeting ID: 365 565 6200