Statement: MiCAN Applauds AG Nessel's Strong Action on Line 5

Statement by MiCAN Director Kate Madigan on Attorney General Nessel’s Legal Action to Shut Down Line 5

Environmental, health groups demand urgent action to prevent further climate change-related health issues

Research links climate change to premature babies

Commentary: Michigan green tariff expansion could define future of renewable procurement

Last year was the biggest year yet for corporate procurement of renewable energy. Companies of a variety of sizes are signing contracts with wind and solar projects to…

We Need to Do More

This week thousands of people are taking to the streets in response to the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many other unarmed…

MiCAN's Comment on the Draft U.P. Energy Task Force Propane Supply Report

The following is a public comment made by Michigan Climate Action Network Director Kate Madigan on the recent U.P. Energy Task Force Draft Report and Recommendations on Propane…

How to Help During the Pandemic

Michigan now has the third most COVID-19 cases in the nation, and the US has become the epicenter of the global pandemic. Our thoughts are with everyone in…

Michigan’s electricity resource planning law is pushing utilities on clean energy

The process requires utilities to account for the costs and benefits of renewables, efficiency, and fossil fuel investments.

With wave of solar on the horizon, most Michigan communities lack policies

A new policy database aims to help cities, counties, and townships be proactive when it comes to land-use issues.

Michigan Environmental Justice Council to Take On Energy Access and Pollution

Members of the state’s Advisory Council for Environmental Justice expressed optimism as they began work this month.

Enbridge Court Decision Doesn't Change the Science

The Michigan Court of Appeals decided on Thursday in favor of Enbridge’s right to apply for federal and state permits for Line 5 tunnel oil construction. Kate Madigan,…


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