And we’ll show you two ways to help. Together, we can be a voice for change and protect Michigan’s land, air, water, public health, and democracy.
Canadian wildfires, devastating floods, tornadoes tearing down corridors that rarely see twisters, and Michigan in the middle of it all. Climate change is no longer an abstract concept but rather something we physically see in the sky and breathe into our lungs.
On Tuesday, August 8th from noon to 1 p.m., University of Michigan Climate Scientist Julia Cole and Michigan LCV’s Federal Government Affairs Director Bentley Johnson are teaming up to explain how science — and our politics — have delivered a severe summer like none other.