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Revision as of 16:52, 17 January 2015

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Sustainability initiatives

Initiatives by topic

Cycling

Wikipedia:

List of bike trails in Wisconsin
Oak Leaf Trail: The Oak Leaf Trail (formerly 76 Bike Trail) is a paved 108-mile (174 km) multi-use recreational trail which encircles Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Clearly marked trail segments connect all of the major parks in the Milwaukee County Park System with a "ribbon of green."

Education

Urban Ecology Center

Wikipedia:

List of nature centers in Wisconsin
Urban Ecology Center, nonprofit organization in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their mission is to educate the Milwaukee community about the environment, conservation, sustainability, and other issues related to urban ecology, as well as to preserve and protect the natural areas in the city. The organization is headquartered in the Riverside Park neighborhood. There are two other branches: the Washington Park branch which opened in 2007 and the Menomonee Valley branch which opened in 2012.

Sustainable energy

Focus on Energy, statewide program for energy efficiency and renewable energy - Wikipedia: Solar power in Wisconsin

Sustainable transport

Wikipedia: List of hiking trails in Wisconsin

Resources

Citizens data initiative

The cities of Wisconsin have been active in increasing the availability of legislative information on the internet, thereby providing for greater government transparency. Currently three of the five most populous cities in Wisconsin provide their constituents with internet-based access of all public records directly from the cities’ databases. Wisconsin cities started to make this a priority after Milwaukee began doing so, on their page, in 2001. One such city, Madison, has been named the Number 1 digital city by the Center for Digital Government in consecutive years. [1]

Energy Profile for Wisconsin, Economic, environmental, and energy data

Interwiki links

Wikipedia: Wisconsin


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References

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