MADISON – Governor Jim Doyle’s Task Force on Global Warming will hold public input
sessions around the state on Monday, August 6, 2007. The sessions will offer citizens an
opportunity provide input on efforts to address global warming in Wisconsin.
“I created Wisconsin’s Task Force on Global Warming, bringing together a diverse group of
people who are focused on creating global warming solutions that work for Wisconsin,” said
Governor Jim Doyle. “Through this important public input session, we look forward to inviting
people from all across Wisconsin to weigh in on what they think our state should do to fight
The sessions, to be held simultaneously by videoconference, are scheduled for:
Monday, August 6th
4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Public Service Commission of Wisconsin
610 North Whitney Way
Amnicon Falls Hearing Room, 1st Floor
1705 State Street
Wing Hall, Room 102
La Crosse, WI
Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, Room 137
2420 Nicolet Drive
Green Bay, WI
Milwaukee Area Technical College
700 West State Street
Student Services Building, Room S120
Citizens are encouraged to attend the public input sessions and provide oral or written comments
on global warming solutions. Public comments will be considered by the Task Force while
preparing recommendations for Governor Doyle. Those interested in attending the input
sessions are encouraged to pre-register so the Task Force can ensure appropriate time is allocated
at each of the locations. Pre-registration instructions can be found on the Task Force’s website
at: http://dnr.wi.gov/environmentprotect/gtfgw/. While the Task Force encourages preregistration,
walk-ins will be allowed.
If you cannot attend the public input sessions, but would like to provide comments on the efforts
to address global warming, the Task Force is also accepting written comments by mail or email.
For details on how to submit written comments, please visit the Task Force’s website at:
http://dnr.wi.gov/environmentprotect/gtfgw/. For more information about the Task Force or
input sessions, please contact Lisa Stefanik at 608-266-1125 or [email protected].