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News  |  March 28, 2019
Youth Demand Climate Action, in Ann Arbor and across the Globe
News  |  February 27, 2019
The need for urgent climate change action is clear. The state received a sobering reminder of the risk inherent in primary reliance on fossil fuels for energy when a fire at a Consumer’s Energy natural gas plant occurred spurring worry over having enough heat in the bitter cold.
News  |  February 26, 2019
Michigan’s House voted against Governor Whitmer’s executive order that would better position the government to protect the health and safety of families across the state. The move is more than tone deaf, it’s dangerous.
News  |  February 20, 2019
Last month, Detroit hosted the annual North American International Auto Show, one of the longest-running, largest, and most buzzed about auto shows on the continent. This year’s announcements provide promising signs for an environmentally-friendly transition to electric.
News  |  February 14, 2019
“PFAS” is a clunky acronym for a slick set of chemicals– brilliant at repelling water and oil on cookware and furniture, yet spread easily through groundwater. They cling to proteins in our blood yet slip through traditional water filters. We need to rid our world of them.
News  |  January 30, 2019
The Ecology Center thanks the City of Ann Arbor’s longtime Environmental Coordinator Matt Naud, welcomes the City’s new Sustainability and Innovation Coordinator Missy Stults, and talks with both about Ann Arbor’s past and future leadership on climate change.
News  |  January 30, 2019
New Year’s resolutions are about creating new habits. We need to break old habits like automatically accepting single-use plastics when they are given to us. And make new habits, like bringing our own reusable items when we’re on the go.
News  |  December 17, 2018
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News  |  December 17, 2018
The loss of the Chevy Volt weighs the heaviest here in Michigan, not because the job impacts are any worse than the other vehicles slated for the dust-heap, but because the Volt represented the new GM– one that was competing in the race to design the most advanced green cars.
News  |  December 3, 2018
Most children’s car seats, a legally required kids’ safety product, contain hazardous chemicals used as flame retardants and stain treatments. On December 3, the Ecology Center released its report Hidden Hazards: Flame Retardants & PFAS in Children's Car Seats.
News  |  November 29, 2018
Behind the Scenes with Healthy Stuff, Part 1
News  |  November 15, 2018
Detroiters Challenge Incinerator Company for Right to Clean Air
News  |  November 13, 2018
Electric cars are growing in popularity in the central part of the US.
News  |  October 30, 2018
My Solar School participants have become clean energy educators in their families and communities.
News  |  October 30, 2018
The Detroit trash incinerator is still spewing toxic chemicals and harmful particles, so we’re still at work on the Breathe Free Detroit campaign, and it’s been an eventful autumn for campaign activities both in and out of the city.

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