Americans are less divided than you might believe on renewable energy standards and energy efficiency mandates, according to a spring 2017 survey from the University of Michigan. 81% of Americans support energy efficiency mandates and 79% support renewable portfolio standards.
In the aftermath of President Trump withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement, 12 Michigan mayors join a growing list of leaders from around the nation in a commitment to adopt, honor, and uphold its goals.
A review of lobbying disclosure records from several Midwestern states reveals that a new Michigan law banning communities from enacting regulations on plastic bags may be part of a larger special interests campaign by plastic manufacturers to keep their products on shelves and in grocery stores.
New studies identify common mechanisms, link to e-cigarettes For the first time, research has pinpointed the mechanisms within our cells which link smoking and aging. The finding, made by Central Michigan University’s Neeraj Vij, will allow doctors to screen patients for the predictive marker, which may help them to create an intervention strategy to help […]
This morning, Michigan State Representative Christine Greig introduced House Resolution 0318 to declare June 2016 as Women in Science and Technology Month in the state of Michigan. The resolution, which garnered significant support from other legislators, was adopted later in the session.