May 02, 2019 /
Environmental Contributors to Autoimmunity: Mechanisms, Impacts, and Chemicals of Concern
Apr 19, 2019
MEA legal fellows and policy interns share their thoughts on Oneida Nation Chairman Tehassi Hills' recent State of the Tribes Address.
Apr 15, 2019
A case involving ACT 21 and DNR's authority to regulate water pollution from concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) is headed to Wisconsin’s Supreme Court.
Apr 04, 2019
Don't miss out on the opportunity to provide input and testimony to lawmakers this spring. It is critical that lawmakers hear directly from citizens, expecially those whose lives have been affected by contamination of their drinking water.
Mar 19, 2019
MEA supports partners working to add clarity and accountability to a Senate bill that would establish a clearinghouse for buying and selling water pollution credits .
Feb 19, 2019
Our letter to DNR outlines problems with a draft permit that would allow We Energies to delay implementing best practices for dealing with coal ash and to discharge toxic levels of mercury.
Feb 05, 2019
Pledging your public support for the core principles of the Great Lakes Compact sends a message to policy makers and elected officials that you take seriously your responsibility to protect our shared natural resources, and you expect them to do the same.
Jan 30, 2019
The announcement that Foxconn would scale back plans for a manufacturing facility led many to question Racine’s plans to proceed with a highly-controversial diversion of Great Lakes water.
Jan 17, 2019
Midwest Environmental Advocates staff and board members wish Attorney Jimmy Parra a fond farewell as he leaves MEA this week to begin a new chapter in his professional career.
Jan 16, 2019
A Supreme Court decision in the Kinnard Farms case would have far-reaching implications for all state agencies.
Jan 11, 2019
Circuit Court Judge William Pocan sided with environmental groups represented by MEA when he ruled that an agreement between the DNR and the state’s largest dairy business lobby violated state law.