Sturgeon season at Black Lake near Cheboygan is a big draw for anglers, with more than 630 people registering in 2023 for a season that lasted a little over an hour.
Experts on water quality, agriculture and the environment gathered in Adrian on Tuesday to discuss efforts to manage toxic algal blooms at the state’s first State of the Western Lake Erie Basin Conference.
Farah Siddiqi Congress passed a one-year extension of the current Farm Bill, which means the debate over a new bill will continue well into 2024. Advocacy groups said they will be using this time to push for bold policy changes, including an end to subsidizing factory farm manure management, and taking steps to restore competition in …
Opponents of the Line 5 project say anything short of a shutdown is a grave threat to the environment, tourism, fishing, shipping, and the Great Lakes, the largest body of fresh water in the world.
The Michigan Legislature is weighing bills to increase the state’s energy efficiency standards as part of a broad clean energy and climate package.
The Michigan Legislature is poised to pass one of the most comprehensive clean energy initiatives in the country, requiring 100 percent of electric power to come from carbon-free sources by 2035.
The administration directed U.S. agencies to begin considering the social cost of greenhouse gases when making purchase decisions and implementing their budgets.
Here in Michigan, the state has invested over $21 billion in clean energy projects, and nearly 16,000 new, good-paying jobs have been created since the IRA’s passage.
New car prices are dropping, with electric vehicle price tags leading the way. Will more drivers in Michigan decide to buy?
Clean energy and environmental activists gathered Tuesday at a webinar to break down a recent settlement changing how DTE Energy will operate over the next 20 years.