Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

Great Lakes Aquatic Invasive Species and Their Impacts on Milwaukee: A Policy Framework

This report assesses the environmental, economic, and regulatory factors that form the policy context for aquatic invasive species management in the City of Milwaukee. The report develops general goals and guidelines for effective AIS policy, paying close attention to the critical role of the Port of Milwaukee in the city's economy. The authors present strategies for Milwaukee to protect the Great Lakes ecosystem and the city's economic well-being. Presentation slides

Additional Info

  • Volume or issue no.: Workshop in Public Affairs, Public Affairs 869, taught by Susan Yackee in Spring 2010
  • Author(s): Adam Felts, Evan Johnson, Margaret Lalor, Scott Williams, and Noah Winn-Ritzenberg
  • Client Name: the City of Milwaukee, Department of Administration, Budget and Management Division