Madison WI a microcosm of Earth changes

The city of Madison, Wisconsin, in the Upper Midwest of the United States is a rapidly growing medium-sized city of 255,000 people. Arguably, its most unique asset is an isthmus ranging in width from a kilometer to a little more than a mile wide (1.8 km) that separates Lake Mendota from Lake Monona. On this isthmus is the State Capitol building, the downtown area and just to the west is the University of Wisconsin campus with 44,000 students enrolled. However, recent events seem to make Madison WI a microcosm of Earth changes all over the world and what will likely happen in the future. read more