Michigan Publications

Michigan Currents - Fall 2015

October 23, 2015

Michigan’s energy future is in jeopardy. The onset of the Federal Clean Power Plan means Gov. Snyder and the legislature will soon be forced to decide on how the state will reduce energy-related pollution.

Michigan Currents - Summer 2015

June 7, 2015

Protecting the Great Lakes State

On Earth Day, Clean Water Action partnered with State Representatives Sarah Roberts, Jeff Irwin, Gretchen Driskell and Tom Cochran to introduce a package of bills calling for more state protections from oil and gas pipelines throughout Michigan. 

Michigan Currents - Fall 2014

October 22, 2014

In this Issue: On the Environment: Snyder Fails, Dog Day Afternoon, Mid-Term Scorecard, Weak Infrastructure, Remeber the Environment When You Vote, More Radioactive Waste for Michigan?

Michigan Currents l Summer 2014

June 30, 2014

In this issue: Protect Pure Michigan, Michigan House Votes to Trash Michigan with Coal Ash, Bilking Taxpayers for "Pure" PR?, BWL's Eckert Coal Plant to Close, Fracking in Michigan: DEQ Rules Need Strengthening, Pet Coke Problems, Award Celebration Honors U.S. Rep. Dingell, DTE Energy's CEO Hides from Shareholders and Ratepayers, 30 Percent by 2030 for Clean Water-Clean Energy Jobs

Toxic Trash Exposed: Coal Ash Pollution in Michigan

October 31, 2013

Water defines, and is central, to Michigan’s economy. Major tourism, agriculture, and fishing industries depend on the health of rivers, lakes, and streams. The Great Lakes contain over 20% of the world’s usable fresh surface water . Unfortunately unmitigated coal ash pollution is a major threat to the health of the state’s water and economy.

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