Renewable Energy, Agriculture, and Home: Wisconsin’s Changing Landscapes

The transition from fossil fuels is underway. In Wisconsin, and all around the world, choices are being made about where, and how, we build the energy systems of our future. The impacts of these choices ripple across the landscape, allowing us to consider what, and who, we prioritize.  Join us on April 19th to hear from a panel of experts about research questions for the growing field of agrivoltaics and how decisions about renewable energy systems have the potential to help us create a landscape that benefits all people, and ecosystems, of Wisconsin.

This event is part of UW–Madison’s Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies 2023 Earth Day Event: Species on the Move.

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