Perhaps the most disturbing conclusion of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report is the permanence of climate impacts. Changes like shrinking ice sheets, rising sea levels and oxygen depletion and acidification of the oceans are deemed “irreversible for centuries to millennia.” Read the full story by The Intelligencer. Read the full story Tags:…
For Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, advocating for safe drinking water for Benton Harbor was an easy decision.
She called it a “duh” moment, a “choiceless choice.” Of course she would join a group of citizens and activists in requesting the U.S. EPA to use its emergency intervention authority in Benton Harbor, she said.
MLive released a documentary titled: “The Fight for Environmental Justice in Michigan.” The 10-minute video tells a powerful story of how marginalized communities are saddled with some of the worst environmental circumstances in Michigan. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Wildlife experts are pushing stronger conservation and protection efforts for Michigan’s threatened and endangered species.
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May 11, 2021 High water and erosion caused the beach stairs in Chikaming Township in southwest Michigan to collapse. Now, two years later, volunteers have rebuilt those stairs, marking renewed access to some of the township’s most cherished assets – its public beaches – after high water in Lake Michigan rendered them unusable. “That’s what…