Rally and march will shine spotlight on dangers of climate change KALAMAZOO – On Saturday, April 29 at 2:30 p.m., federal and . . .
FROM THE HEALTH OF OUR FAMILIES TO THE HEALTH OF OUR WORLD—THERE IS NOTHING MORE ESSENTIAL THAN CLEAN AIR.
Why is air unsafe to breathe in the first place?
- Because bad actors and polluting industries are not being held accountable for being responsible partners to their communities.
- Because some leaders have no interest in developing cleaner energy sources that are both cheaper and better for our air quality.
- Because many of our leaders don’t understand the impact that chronic air pollution has on the lives of families living near our industrial facilities; from asthma attacks to spiking cancer rates, the impact of tainted air can be devastating and requires serious action.
The good news is that there are solutions available that can dramatically improve air quality. Pollution control technologies are widely available and have been put to use in many communities, but not all. Renewable energy and energy efficiency are creating jobs while reducing carbon pollution.
It’s up to us to launch Michigan to the front of the class in clean energy and clean air. It won’t happen overnight, but we’ve made progress already. Will you help us go even further?
Michigan LCV members like you have been speaking out, working to clean up our air and hold polluters accountable. You can use this section to learn about recent victories and setbacks, and find out how you can take action now to fight for our clean air:
Conservation, elected leaders to gather in TC, march for clean air, Great Lakes Traverse City – This Saturday, April 29 at 12:00 . . .
To avoid bipartisan legislative opposition, State of Michigan strikes backroom deal to award credits to AK Steel without requiring them to clean . . .
Michigan League of Conservation Voters (LCV) was made aware today of the final terms of an agreement between the State of Michigan . . .
Michigan’s new energy laws, Public Act 341 and Public Act 342, take effect today and uniquely position the state to adapt to . . .
Budget cuts approved Wednesday by the Senate Appropriations Committee would slash essential programs that protect Michigan residents from tainted drinking water and . . .
State lawmakers on Tuesday proposed plans to dramatically weaken essential programs that protect Michigan residents from tainted drinking water, toxic groundwater contamination . . .
MLCV urges state, local action to defend the Great Lakes and Michigan jobs amid Trump’s attacks on clean energy The Michigan League . . .
Bipartisan support for clean energy scored as ‘big win’ for Michiganders and environment February 22, 2017, Ann Arbor, MI — The Michigan . . .
After checking out our 2015-2016 Legislative Scorecard, tell your legislators that you care about conservation and environmental issues and you care how they vote.