MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Gov. Jim Doyle is headed to Germany to deliver a speech on how U.S. governments can work together with those in Europe on global warming and climate change issues.
Doyle was scheduled to leave Friday for Berlin and return on Wednesday.
His speech at the international conference on trans-Atlantic climate and energy cooperation organized by the German government is Tuesday.
He is also meeting with renewable technology companies.
Joining Doyle on the trip is his chief of staff Susan Goodwin and a member of the governor's policy staff who works on energy issues.
In May Doyle signed a memorandum of understanding with the United Kingdom on how to better address climate change issues.