Environmental Groups present Policy Roadmap

. March 31, 2019.
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Addressing climate change through clean energy among top priorities

The Michigan League of Conservation Voters and the Michigan Environmental Council presented the 2019-2022 Environmental Roadmap to the Whitmer administration and State legislators laying out policy recommendations to protect Michigan’s water, air, and natural resources. Twenty environmental organizations in Michigan signed on to the Roadmap. With the main focus of taking action on climate change, transitioning to clean energy sources, retiring coal-fired power plants, and expanding consumer access to renewable energy like rooftop solar, the recommended actions will create jobs and fuel investment in Michigan’s clean energy sector.

For more information visit the Michigan League of Conservation Voters michiganlcv.org

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