Natural Gas vs Solid Evidence: The Liquid Lies About DTE’s Proposed Plant and Why it Matters

[This blog post is brought to you by Climate Blue investigative reporter, Emily Chang.] [UPDATE: The Michigan Public Service Commission just released an initial brief  that indicates that they intend to approve the plans for the plant early next week. ] The news seems to be flying low on everybody’s radar: DTE Energy is planning to spend …

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SIGNED: The University of Michigan is Still In

For everyone who's followed along with us on our conversation with Mark Schlissel on climate action, we have good news. On Friday, October 27, at the opening ceremonies of the new University of Michigan School for Sustainability and the Environment (SEAS), President Mark Schlissel formally announced his signature to the We Are Still In pledge. By signing …

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