Environment

Environment
3:05 pm
Tue November 6, 2012

Home Gr/Own Could Bring Urban Ag Innovation Dollars to Milwaukee

Gretchen Mead spearheaded Victory Garden Initiative and came up with winning concept that's being considered for a national innovation prize.
Credit Troye Fox

Local Victory Garden initiative hatches idea that captured attention of national innovation competition.

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Environment
4:31 pm
Sat November 3, 2012

How Green Jobs Fit In the Skills and Employment Gap

Does the so-called skills gap apply to "green jobs?"

WUWM's Environmental reporter helps us understand how green jobs might affect the employment picture in Milwaukee.

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Project Milwaukee
11:27 am
Sat November 3, 2012

How Green Jobs Fit In the Skills and Employment Gap

Site of one of the homes deconstructed along the Kinnickinnic as area is prepared for river restoration. Milwaukee Builds trainees helped make that deconstruction happen.

The skills and employment gap is a complex problem. WUWM Environmental Reporter Susan Bence set out on an equally complex path to discover how “green” jobs figure into the equation and how they might figure into the city’s future.

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Project Milwaukee
10:56 am
Thu November 1, 2012

How Does Green Fit in the Skills Gap Puzzle

Ingeteam's state of the art plant hungry for skilled lean manufacturing workers.

All week, WUWM has been digging into the complexities of the skills gap.

Our journalists have gathered the perspectives employers hungry to hire AND of workers eager to land good paying jobs.

Environmental Reporter Susan Bence sets out to learn if “skills gap” applies to local green industry.

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Environment
4:59 pm
Tue October 30, 2012

Hurricane Makes Wave of Yet Unknown Scale and Impact

Waiting for what the day may bring.

Assistance streams to the east coast as Hurricane Sandy bears down; local officials worry its effects will be felt along Lake Michigan's shoreline.

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