A new report from the United Nations found that carbon emissions are projected to peak by 2025. We explore the global issue of climate change and potential solutions. Then, a legislative analyst shares an inside look into Wisconsin’s Blue Book and how it comes together.
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The bleak and the hopeful news in the United Nations' latest climate change report
The latest United Nations climate report sounded another dire warning that humans are running out of time to stop catastrophic climate change. But it also notes that it can be done, with immediate action. We talk to one of the lead authors about what the report says and how it came about.
A look at Wisconsin's Blue Book
Every session, Wisconsin’s nonpartisan Legislative Reference Bureau compiles the Blue Book, a reference book of nearly all things state government. We talk with a managing legislative analyst about the Blue Book’s significance.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Royce Podeszwa Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Greg Nemet Guest
- Jillian Slaight Guest
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