'There's No More Later Left': Wisconsin Launches Climate Change Task Force

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Gov. Tony Evers' administration has been promoting action on climate change since his inauguration day in January. In Milwaukee Thursday, Evers took a step toward tangible action. He announced the creation of a task force charged with coming up with recommendations to combat climate change. The backdrop of Evers' step toward climate action couldn't have been more on point. He made his announcement at the Urban Ecology Center, inside a building that could hardly be more sustainable. The center's mission is to engage kids in nature and the role they can play to steward it. Many of the 31 people who will serve on Evers' Climate Change Task Force flanked the governor as he signed the executive order creating the panel. "The task force will be a collaborative effort across disciplines with those in the agricultural community, the business community, higher educations working together to solve a huge problem," Evers says. As media captured the moment, Evers couldn't help pausing before

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