A-CEW, an initiative of policy makers and the private sector, has been developing recommendations on energy and carbon in agriculture. Gary Tauchen, chair of the Agriculture Committee of the Wisconsin legislature working with UW-Extension, Clean Fuel Partners, and others are leading the charge on exploring and addressing emerging market needs and revenue streams related to carbon management, energy, and water quality in animal agriculture.
- Carbon Accounting for Animal Agricultural Enterprises
- Nutrient Management and Biogas
- On-Site Energy Systems
- Carbon Offsets and Managing Carbon of Supply/Suppliers
A series of informational events was held supporting stakeholder interests on each of the topics. Listen or watch the recordings at WI Biomass Energy Coalition website.
Request for comment is open through November 30 at 5:00 pm. Go to link to Comment.
In December, the steering committee and working groups will meet to craft policy proposals that might be beneficial to the state.
‘This is our moment to be bold’: Wisconsin Democrats unveil 22 bills to combat climate change
Wisconsin Democratic lawmakers unveiled a sweeping package of nearly two dozen bills that seek to reduce the effects of climate change and support the clean energy transition.
The package of 22 bills unveiled November 15th [Monday] by Democratic Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, Rep. Greta Neubauer, D-Racine, and other lawmakers calls for funding programs and policy changes to support energy efficiency, sustainable farming practices, training for clean energy jobs and a just transition to renewable energy. The proposals would also support climate change research, planning and education…