Environment

Detroit greenway named for Dennis Archer, former mayor and Mich. Supreme...

Mayor Mike Duggan announced on Friday that he has introduced a resolution to City Council to name Detroit’s latest green space the “Mayor Dennis...

Community leaders launch coalition to fight PFAS contamination

The Great Lakes PFAS Action Network, a group of community members impacted by the toxic chemical PFAS, are unifying to promote action on PFAS...

Michigan reps. say U.S. House will vote next week on expanding...

WASHINGTON — Members of Congress and Biden administration officials at a conference on Wednesday outlined how they’re attempting to regulate toxic chemicals found in...

Whitmer announces plans for Flint state park, 1st in Genesee Co.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday announced plans to create a new $26.2 million  state park in the city of Flint using federal COVID-19 relief...

As SE Michigan rebuilds after flooding, how can the state better...

As officials in Michigan are calling for more water infrastructure funding after June flooding ravaged through Southeast Michigan, the nonpartisan National Conference of State...

Congress sees bipartisan push to expand veterans’ free access to national...

WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks of Iowa testified Tuesday before the House Natural Resources Committee hearing in support of bipartisan legislation that would...

EPA knew fracking fluid can degrade into toxic PFAS, but approved...

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2011 knew that chemicals used in fracking fluid can break down and form PFAS — potentially contaminating groundwater...

State, Enbridge to conclude mediation in Line 5 lawsuit by late...

While it is still unclear when a federal judge will make a ruling on which court — state or federal — will preside over...

Trees: The critical infrastructure low-income neighborhoods lack

As the Pacific Northwest sweltered through a record-breaking heat wave last week, many residents here in America’s least air-conditioned city sought relief under the...

Column: How would you like someone to trespass on your property...

Enbridge Energy, the operator of Line 5 pipeline, is willfully thumbing its nose at our governor, state officials, tribes and landowners as it ignores...

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