Monthly Archives: December 2016

Background and Briefing Papers

Sustaining Wisconsin provides facts and suggested strategies for dealing with the state’s challenges. We link to these resources throughout the site. Below, you will find policy papers organized by issue area. You can jump to each topic area here:

Categories for issues. See links below.

Papers on Jobs and the Economy Papers on Families and Communities Papers on The Future Papers o the Environment and Natural Resources Papers on Democracy and Civic Participation

Democracy and Civic Culture | Jobs and the Economy
Families and Communities | The Future
The Environment and Natural Resources

Some documents are available in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). To view PDF documents, you can download the free Adobe Acrobat software.

You will find one page briefings, which are short, concise summaries of situation and strategy. These are available in HTML (web page) and/or PDF format.

The Background Papers are more in-depth and longer. At present, they are only available in PDF format.


UWGB Student Our First Member of the Herd in the Field

COWS’ successful recent events in Green Bay are paying off in multiple ways. Larry Smith, UW Green Bay Assistant Professor of Social Change and Development, is motivating students and community members behind the Sustaining Wisconsin project. Larry’s commitment to social change is rivaled only by his commitment to noon basketball games on the UWGB campus, where he also networks with other UWGB staff about prospects and possibilities.

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