The Ecology Center is a membership-based nonprofit environmental organization based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It works at the local, state and national levels on environmental justice, health, waste, and community issues.

May 12, 2017
Media Mention
Charge Up Midwest calls for more Midwest cities to get funding from VW
May 9, 2017
Press Release
Ecology Center, in collaboration with four national partner organizations, today issued a challenge to leading car seat manufacturers to develop and produce car seats without the use of toxic chemicals that can have harmful effects on children’s health.
May 2, 2017
Media Mention
Chicago scores big in VW settlement. City to receive major funds to support electric vehicle infrastructure.
April 13, 2017
Press Release
Charge Up Midwest, a new partnership aimed at catalyzing Midwest leadership on electric vehicles, calls for more Midwest cities to benefit from zero emission vehicle investments.
Chevy Volt Assembly
March 9, 2017
Press Release
Expanding electric vehicles in Michigan would generate billions in savings.
November 30, 2016
Press Release
Although it is essential for children to be in car seats for protection related to crashes, some seats are less hazardous than others when it comes to chemical composition. This is according to the latest research on toxic chemicals in car seats by the Ecology Center.
November 17, 2016
Press Release
In June 2016, Governor Snyder formed a Child Lead Elimination Board of experts across public health, medical, government, and environmental fields. The Board just released their report today.
October 26, 2016
Press Release
Ecology Center and twelve other organizations and individuals filed a Notice of Intent to Sue the operators of Detroit’s trash incinerator for repeated violations of the federal Clean Air Act.
October 10, 2016
Press Release
A coalition of health and environmental groups is calling on Michigan policymakers to end lead poisoning in Michigan. Lead abatement is sound economic investment and a critical public health step for Michigan’s future.
September 28, 2016
Press Release
Michigan's K-12 schools are taking steps to reduce their energy consumption in order to save their districts and respective communities money.