Michigan's Climate Plan: One Year Out - Capitol Connection webinar
Last year, right around Earth Day, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the MI Healthy Climate Plan, Michigan's roadmap toward a future powered by clean energy. It was the culmination of the work done by dozens of climate experts, hundreds of public comments, and multiple state departments.
The key goal of the plan: reach carbon neutrality by 2050. To achieve this, bold, effective actions must be taken by 2030 to move our industries, electricity, vehicles, and buildings away from fossil fuels.
But the MI Healthy Climate Plan was just that: a plan. It mapped out actions to be taken; it did not create new laws or directives itself.
Now, one year out, we may wonder: Is our climate plan being realized? Or are we already behind?
Carlee Knott is the Michigan Environmental Council's climate & energy policy specialist. Denise Keele is the director of the Michigan Climate Action Network. Together, they and their organizations have been deep in the climate fight, developing policies, building movements, and advocating for change.
Join them at our next Capitol Connection webinar as they discuss all that's been done to make Michigan's climate plan reality, what will happen in these pivotal months ahead, and how you can be part of the effort.
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