Report | Environment Michigan

Summer on the Road

As summer approaches, the dangers of our continued dependence on oil are apparent everywhere we look. In 2012, we have already experienced the hottest average temperatures ever recorded through April in the United States. At the same time, increasing evidence is still coming forth of long-lasting harm from the BP oil spill, and other tragic spills have occurred in waterways throughout the country since.

Report | Union of Concerned Scientists & NRDC

Saving Money At The Pump

Making our cars and trucks go farther on a gallon of gasoline is a powerful way to save Americans more than $44 billion annually at the gas pump, reduce carbon pollution, and cut oil dependence.

Report | Environment Michigan Research and Policy Center

Toxic Waterways

Coal-fired power plants are the single largest source of mercury pollution in the United States. Emissions from these plants eventually make their way into Michigan’s waterways, contaminating fish and wildlife.

Report | Environment Michigan Research & Policy Center

Michigan's Biggest Mercury Polluters

Parents in Michigan shouldn't have to worry that their children's bodies are toxic dumping grounds. The Environmental Protection Agency is moving forward to protect children's health from toxic mercury pollution, and we can't let big polluters stand in the way.

Report | Environment Michigan

10 Scary Facts about Michigan's Air

While ghastly and ghoulish Halloween costumes disappear after October 31st, the very real and very scary problems facing the Michigan’s air are not going anywhere. In honor of this scariest of holidays, Environment Michigan has compiled the ten most frightening facts about Michigan’s air – and what you can do to make future Halloweens far less terrifying.

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