Wisconsin already has a framework in place for teaching climate change, and has introduced a number of bills into senate in order to broaden the scope of climate change education in the state (though none have passed). Though change must be enacted for them to truly make progress, Wisconsin shows the willingness to educate their youth on climate change and are making strides.

Climate Issues

  • Increased precipitation and flooding
  • Harmful algal blooms in the great lakes
  • Shortened winter season


Action Items

Who to Contact?
State Superintendent of Public Instruction: Dr. Jill Underly
Email: [email protected]

Find the email Template Advocating for Climate Education here