Michigan

Great Lake Awards Celebration 2014

Great Lakes Awards Celebration 2014 - Get Your Tickets HereCelebrate with us and raise a glass to remarkable Michiganders! Join us for the 2014 Great Lakes Awards Celebration!  The celebration is Tuesday, April 22nd from 5:30 - 8:00 at HopCat -300 Grove St., East Lansing.

Mark your calendars and RSVP today!

Interested in sponsoring the celebration? Visit this page to find out how!

EPA: Get It Done

Protect Michigan's Water from Toxic Dumping!

EPA: Get It DoneFor too long, the coal industry has polluted our precious Great Lakes and waterways. As stewards of 1/5 of the world’s fresh water, we can’t afford to allow coal plants to continue toxic chemical dumping.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed long-overdue power plant pollution standards to limit the amount of toxic metals and other chemicals that can be dumped in our water. Unfortunately the coal industry is already trying to block them.

Tell the President to require Michigan power plants to clean up their pollution, our Great Lakes way of life depends on it - send a comment today! 

Built By Michigan

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Built By Michigan: Creating Jobs in the Electric Vehicle Industry

Electric cars are the future of the automobile industry and a key to innovation and leadership in technology and manufacturing in the 21st Century. Our state pioneered the auto industry and now we are at the vanguard of its future.

Obama in Michigan - Groups rally in support of Clean Energy and Jobs

Obama in Michigan
Groups rally for Michigan’s future

Warren, MI- Groups from across Michigan gathered at Macomb Community College today carrying signs reading “Support Michigan’s future – Support Clean Energy” and  “Obama supporters want Climate Solutions” to show their broad support for the continued growth of a new energy economy.

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Earth Week 2014 Events in Michigan

Earth Day: Climate Action Events
For more information on Earth Day: Climate Action events please click here or contact Eric Keller
Event locations: Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Saline, Chelsea, Canton, Jackson, Brighton

Ann Arbor:

Join us for Mama Summit 14 in Lansing!

RSVP for Mama Summit 14Just before Mothers Day, hundreds of moms, dads, grandparents, and kids from across Michigan are coming to Lansing to show broad and united support for kids’ health. Together in a bipartisan, or MOMpartisan, setting we will demand action to protect the air our children breathe and call for action on climate change. Please join us to tell our state leaders that parents are paying attention and it’s time for action. Let’s unite for strong policies that protect the health and welfare of our families.

RSVP Today and get ready for the Mama Summit!

We Must Invest in Michigan - Sign the Petition!

Broken Storm DrainBudget choices being made in Lansing have put Michigan’s future at risk. For over a decade, our state legislature has cut critical funding to our kids, communities, and Great Lakes. Help us stop that - sign the Michigan Priorities petition today!
  • Just ten years ago, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) employed 320 more full time staff to protect our precious natural resources than they do today.

Canvass Director and Assistant Canvass Director Positions Now Available

Clean Water Action is the nation’s largest grassroots group focused on water, energy and environmental health.  Clean Water Action’s 1 million members participate in Clean Water Action’s programs for clean, water, prevention of health-threatening pollution, and creation of environmentally-safe jobs and businesses.  Clean Water Action’s nonpartisan campaigns empower people to make democracy work.

Make a Year End Gift for Clean Water in Michigan Today!

Clean Water Art WorkWe need action now to secure a clean water future for everyone. I support the goal of fishable, swimmable, drinkable water for Michiganders and all Americans.

Success on many of our top clean water priorities has never been closer - restoring protection for small streams and wetlands, controlling polluted runoff,
reducing toxic pollution that threatens our drinking water, and more - we just need you. This progress, and the positive momentum we're talking about didn’t happen automatically — it happened thanks to Clean Water Action members like you.

Small business owners, energy experts urge Congress to support strong clean air standards

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LANSING –Several Michigan business owners today joined Jim Leidel of Oakland University and Eric Keller of Clean Water Action to call on Congress to support strong clean air standards and energy efficiency programs. The business owners discussed how their businesses are becoming more energy efficient and doing their part to reduce pollution, and called on Congress to support clean air standards.
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