Protecting Michigan’s Economy, Communities and Environment from Global Warming

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Global warming is already affecting Michigan, and will continue to do so for decades to come. In the absence of national policy that jumpstarts the clean energy economy and ramps down dangerous carbon emissions, our economy and wildlands are at an even greater risk. As a result, additional resources are even more necessary for protecting our natural heritage, jobs, and communities from climate disruption. Given the scale of the threat, there is no time to waste.

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