Perhaps it's being advised by US Sen. Ron ("Sunspots") Johnson:
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' web page about climate change has not been updated since June 18, 2012.
A fact I'd noted more than a year ago. And even worse, some of the material that had been on the site has been deleted, perhaps because it referenced former Gov. Jim Doyle, a Democrat whose name cannot be uttered by the current regime.
Worst of all, the DNR's web page about climate change and the Great Lakes - - those world-class bodies of water with falling levels due to warming and related evaporation - - hasn't been updated since February 27, 2012.
But there are a few resources provided on the page, though note most are not DNR-created ("exit DNR."):
Wisconsin DNR Climate Change informationWisconsin DNR´s new Climate Change Activity Guide for grades 7–12 teachers
Global Climate Change
Climate change is mainly the result of rising CO2 levels in Earth´s atmosphere.
Check out the most current CO2 level and what it means: CO2 Now
General climate change information and actions we can all take to help (includes a special section for teachers and students): EPA Climate Change
Climate Change and the Great Lakes:
Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region (Sea Grant materials)a chance to get in touch with policy-makers. So I can get in touch and tell them to update their pages!
Regrettably, that brings up this message: