We begin by speaking with Sarah Godlewski, Wisconsin’s new secretary of state. Then, two members of a new Clean Economy Coalition of Wisconsin talk about their efforts to accelerate the state’s push to net zero greenhouse gas emissions.
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Sarah Godlewski embraces new role as Wisconsin secretary of state
Last month, Sarah Godlewski was appointed secretary of state by Gov. Tony Evers. The former state treasurer will finish out the term won last November and then vacated three months later by perennial Secretary of State Doug La Follette. Godlewski joins us to talk about running her new, one-person office.
Statewide coalition plans to fast track Wisconsin’s net zero goals
To have net zero emissions by 2050, the state will have to take aggressive action at virtually every level. But a new coalition aims to fast track the state’s clean energy goals. We hear from two members of the Clean Economy Coalition of Wisconsin who advocate for conservation on local and global scales.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joel Patenaude Producer
- Mackenzie Krumme Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Sarah Godlewski Guest
- Antonio Butts Guest
- Alex Madorsky Guest
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