CEN members are calling on DTE to prioritize public health over corporate profits, come clean with ratepayers and shareholders about campaign donations
LANSING – Clean energy advocates held a telepresser on Tuesday, May 7, and called on DTE to disclose campaign contributions. DTE owes it to their ratepayers and shareholders to come clean about the political agenda their company is funding. Members of the Clean Energy Now coalition (CEN) are encouraging DTE to make an investment in Michigan by utilizing energy efficiency and renewable energy like wind and solar to clean up Michigan’s natural resources and protect public health.
Six years after landmark clean air ruling, A.G. balks
LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is once again standing on the wrong side of clean air for our communities.
Schuette recently joined 11 other states petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn its landmark ruling upholding the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) authority under the Clean Air Act to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, such as carbon pollution.
April marks the sixth anniversary of the court ruling in Massachusetts V. EPA.
The Boulder County Commissioners just voted 2 - 1 not to extend the moratorium on drilling and fracking in Boulder County. Commissioner Jones voted to extend the moratorium for 2 years; Commissioners Gardner and Domenico voted not to extend it for 2 years. The current moratorium ends on June 10th.