The Ecology Center, Mi Air Mi Health and the Union of Concerned Scientists are co-hosting an energy and public health event on Thursday in Lansing.
This week, seven of Michigan's coal units will permanently shut down. This will be a big step forward for the environment and public health in Michigan. However, more needs to be done to ensure that clean energy ramps up as coal production ramps down in Michigan.
State legislators are currently considering an energy bill that could help boost Michigan's use of energy efficiency and renewable energy. Now is the time to decide how Michigan will power its energy future.
Ecology Center, Mi Air Mi Health and the Union of Concerned Scientists are bringing leading energy experts and public health professionals together next week for a briefing on the latest UCS analysis and modeling of Michigan's energy policies and the corresponding public health benefits.
Energy and Public Health Happy Hour in Lansing Date: Thursday, April 21 Time: 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Location: Tavern and Tap, 101 South Washington Square, Lansing , MI 48933
Learn how you can get involved in efforts to secure an energy future for the state that maximizes the use of clean, renewable energy and energy efficiency. Complimentary beverages and appetizers will be included.