Gov. Tony Evers, tool of the radical left, is excited to announce a new leftist tool.
The feckless executive says four agencies — the departments of Administration, Health Services, Natural Resources, and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. are developing a comprehensive environmental and public health mapping system known as the Wisconsin Environmental Equity Tool.
This is what Evers says the Equity Tool will do:
It “will analyze and visualize data online so users can pinpoint Wisconsin’s most impacted communities, identify the environmental challenges, and prioritize investments to continue building healthy, resilient communities.”
Here’s what it actually does, in simple English: It costs you unnecessary tax dollars for a tool to promote Evers’ climate change alarmism, which will ultimately cost/waste you a lot more tax dollars.
Evers team did not immediately respond to an email request seeking the price tag for development and implementation of the Environmental Equity Tool.
This is what the tool had to say about it all.
“Wisconsinites from Superior to Trempealeau to Stevens Point to Milwaukee have experienced the effects of climate change firsthand,” Evers said. “We cannot ignore the role environmental justice plays in building a state where every family in every zip code can be successful. We can do better, and we want everyone to be a part of our work to better understand and address the environmental and health inequities facing Wisconsinites every day and build a healthier, more equitable future for our state.”
Yes, that’s going to cost you a lot — if Evers’ radical leftist agenda moves forward. And it won’t approach anything resembling justice.
But good news.
Evers administration agencies are set to host a series of listening sessions — virtual, of course — in November “to hear from communities about environmental and public health needs due to pollution, climate change, poverty, and other environmental hazards. Participants will have the opportunity to share their challenges and experiences, as well as what they hope to see in the new tool.”
They should also hear from community members who feel like this is more virtue signaling crap to help Evers check off more boxes for his radical left base.
Registration is encouraged, but not required. Visit wedc.org/environmental-equity to register for listening sessions and access phone and Zoom connection information.