Results tagged with 'climate change'
Published Dec. 2, 2014
It's December, we're deep into this year's War on Christmas -- you have probably been Happy Holidays-ed repeatedly in the last week -- and it's easy, under fire like that, to forget about the many other ongoing wars and the casualties inflicted in them.
Published May 4, 2014
Is disappointing weather enough of a reason to move from Milwaukee? This is the question asked of the Social Circle this week, and for some, it is. For others, it's a small price to pay for other great aspects of the city.
Published June 9, 2013
The slow start to summer has disgruntled a lot of people. Has spring disappeared in Milwaukee? Are the summers shorter? The winters less snowy?
Published Jan. 17, 2013
Our winter is a part of our identity. It's part of what we sell to people to come to Wisconsin. It's how we try to make people think that sub-zero wind chill is a joyous event that we can all celebrate with a romp in a snowbank followed by hot chocolate or spiced rum and a roaring fire. But where, oh where, has our winter gone?
Published Jan. 10, 2013
A September research report by Ceres, a Boston-based business sustainability advocacy organization, was eerily prescient. Ceres published the white paper titled, "Stormy Future for U.S. Property/Casualty Insurers: The Growing Costs and Risks of Extreme Weather Events."
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Monday January 6th, 2014 – Island Lake, IL If I ever have a chance to meet Al Gore in person, there better be an extra set of Secret Service agents on duty because I want a piece of that halfwit. I want to ball up both fists and make it rain bolo punches on his skull until o...
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