Michigan Environmental Report
The transportation funding package Gov. Snyder signed into law on Tuesday brought a disappointing end to the years-long debate over how to raise much-needed funding for Michigan's transportation system.
In what has become a national news story and a full-fledged public health emergency, state officials now acknowledge that unsafe drinking water has exposed children, pregnant women and other Flint residents to dangerous levels of lead.
The University of Michigan last week released a report three years in the making that offers a comprehensive review of Michigan's policy options regarding fracking for natural gas and oil.
News of the solar power industry's growth has been so fast and furious lately that it's hard to stay on top of it all.
Two landmark marches for climate justice are coming up in Michigan.
Gov. Rick Snyder today took an important step toward protecting Michigan's communities and waterways from oil spills by issuing an executive order that creates a Michigan Pipeline Safety Advisory Board.
Late last week, MEC and several of our partners and members submitted formal comments on the draft document, "Sustaining Michigan's Water Heritage: A Strategy for the Next Generation," created by the Office of the Great Lakes (OGL) at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
A new loan and grant fund aims to improve public health and drive economic growth in Michigan by expanding access to healthy food in underserved communities.