The infamous, giant green M has been making tracks around Madison. Come and see the M in person and get info on how you can help achieve the 6 Can-do’s! Would you like the M to join your event? Please contact info(at) to tell us more.

To start a Global Warming, Changing CO2urse
Discussion or for more information, email or call 608.819.0689.

Past events:

The Climate Project Presentation
(Jefferson Middle School)

Focus the Nation Teach-In
(Great Hall @ UW Memorial Union)

Madison Winter Fest
(State street @ Capitol Square)

1.12.2008 - 2.8.2008
Paradise Lost: Climate Change in the Northwoods
(Olbrich Gardens)

Science on Tap
(Great Dane - Hilldale)

Terrace Town
(Monona Terrace)

Wild and Scenic Film Festival on Tour
(Westgate Cinemas)

Community Car GET YOUR GREEN ON party
(Brocach Irish Pub @ 7 W. Main St.)

Tim Whalen Trio
(Overture After Work)

Food, Faith, and Earth Day
(7118 Old Sauk Rd., Madison)

Karl-Henrik Robert speaking at Distinguished Lecture Series
(UW - Humanities Building - Mills Hall)

Second Annual Nelson Institute Earth Day Conference
(Monona Terrace)

Habitat ReStore Earth Day Celebration
(208 Cottage Grove Rd., Madison)

UW Earth Day Celebration
Library Mall

Isthmus Green Day
(Monona Terrace)

5.2 -5.4 2008
Going Green Wisconsin Expo
(Alliant Energy Center)

WORT Blockparty
(600 Block of West Doty Street)

Tunes at the Terrace
(Monona Terrace)

Brat Fest
(Alliant Energy Center)

Clean Lakes Festival
Olin Park

6.14 - 6.17.08
Store Opening: Off the Gride
(4261 Lien Road, Madison)

Mpower Your Home: Your Earth and Your House
(211 S. Paterson St)

Applied Tech Open House
(203 S. Paterson St)

Concerts in the Garden
Olbrich Gardens

Madison Mallards Game
(Warner Park)

Campus Drive Pedestrian & Bike Path Grand Opening
(Walnut Street Bridge)

New Faces, New Places
(Applied Tech @ 203 S. Paterson, Ste. 500)

Sierra Club's Green Job's Rally
Madison Labor Temple @ 1602 S. Park St., Madison)


"Sustainable Future" Event
(Monona Community Center @ 1011 Nichols Rd, Monona)

Lecture by Doug Farr "Sustainable Urbanism: Designing Sustainable Neighborhoods, Cities and Regions"
(Monona Terrace Convention Center, Hall of Ideas @ 1 John Nolen Dr., Madison)
If you missed this lecture you can view the presentation on the WisconsinEYE website at: (scroll down to Sept. 17 for the link)

Willy St. Fair
(800 - 1000 block of Willy St. )

Home Depot Eco - Event
(West Side Home Depot @ 4550 Verona Rd)

Car Less University Events
9.19.2008, 4 - 6 pm
Orientation and Registration

(Bluephies @ 2701 Monroe St., Madison)
A happy hour welcome to kick-off the Car-Less week. Arrive via foot, bike, bus, car-pool, or car-share for discount coupons from Trek Bicycle Stores of Madison. Enjoy free appetizers and a beverage courtesy of Bluephies

9.22.2008, 7 -9 am
Bicycle Commuting 101
(Just off the bike path at RP’s Pasta Company, 1133 E. Wilson St.)
Get tips and tricks for an easier trip.Get a free bike safety check from Trek Bicycle Stores of Madison. Enjoy free coffee from Just Coffee Co-op and free healthy breakfast snacks.

9.23.208, noon - 1 pm
Car Pooling and Car Sharing 101
(222 West Washington Ave., Madison)
Learn how to “Drive Less. Live More.” Free pizza lunch courtesy of Fiore Companies.

9.24.2008, 6 - 9 am
Taking the Bus 101
(Madison Metro West Transfer Point)
Learn how to navigate the Madison Metro bus system. See a demonstration of how to use the bicycle racks and fare boxes.

9.24.2008, 4 - 6 pm
(Tex Tubb’s Taco Palace @ 2701 University Ave., Madison)
Celebrate a healthier community! Be present to win prizes from Trek Bicycle Stores of Madison and enjoy free appetizers and a beverage courtesy of Tex Tubb’s.

10.2.2008, 7:30 pm
Lecture "Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free: A Roadmap for US Energy Policy" By Arjun Makhijani, PhD
(State Historical Society Auditorium @ 816 State St.)
A reception honoring Mahatma Ghandi’s birthdate and celebrating the “International Day of Non-Violence,” precedes the lecture at 6:30 PM.

10.3 - 10.4.08
MREA Solar Home Tour
At least 24 tour destinations in Madison showcasing renewable energy to be practical and realistic. Friday's Bus Tour will stop at the WECC building (WECC administers Focus On Energy) and The City of Madison's Engineering Building. One of Saturday's tour stops will feature the residence of the Executive Director of RENEW, an Mpower Partner!

Nelson Institute Community Environmental Forum
(3190 Grainger Hall)
Seating is limited. If you wish to attend please contact Molly Schwebach (608-265-6712)

Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Conference
(Epic Systems Corporation @ 1979 Milky Way, Verona)

Vegetarian Pancake Breakfast with the Trinity Irish Dancers
(Will Mar Community Center @ 953 Jenifer St.)

1.31.2009 Mpower Presentation
WAEE Winter Conference - Environmental Leadership
(Tomahawk, WI)

(Bring your Camera - the 9 ft "M" will be at the corner of State Street and the Capitol Square)

Gaylord Nelson Lecture Series- Population and the Climate Problem: Silver Bullet or Red Herring?
1361 Daniels Chemistry Building
(1101 University Ave., Madison)

Fitchburg's Annual RCC Forum: Reducing your Green House Gas Emissions
(Fitchburg City Hall Council Chambers, 5520 Lacy Road, Fitchburg)

Habitat ReStore Earth Day Event
(East Side Event: 208 Cottage Grove Road, Madison)
Join in a fun Earth Day Celebration and learn ways you can fulfill your pledge!

Clean and Green Middleton
(West Side Event: Middleton High School Parking Lot)
Take your picture with the 9 ft M!

Wisconsin's Energy Future: Third Annual Nelson Institute Earth Day Conference

(Monona Terrace)

Isthmus Green Day
(Find the M at the RENEW, WI booth - Monona Terrace)

Willy Street Co-op

Madison Marathon Expo
(Alliant Energy Center)

Madison Marathon
At the finish line!

Green Monona Tour
Click above to find out details and where the "M" will be!

7.18 -7.19.09
Hybrid Fest
(Alliant Energy Expo Hall)

Ride the Drive

10.3.09, 8 am - 2 pm
Madison Solar Street Fair
(MLK Jr. Blvd - just off the square)
Come and Learn about Solar Energy! It's Free!

Sustainable Madison
10.22.09 at Goodman Community Center - 6 - 8:30 pm
10.29.09 at Overture, Wisconsin Studio - 5:30 - 8 pm
11.5.09 at Sequoya Library - 5:30 - 8 pm