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Join Clean Water Action and other members of the Michigan Energy, Michigan Jobs Coalition and Michigan Climate Action Network for a full day of action at our state capitol!

Meet other Michiganders in Lansing on Tuesday, September 26th at 9am for a full day of climate action including a climate rally and festival with live music and dynamic speakers, lunch with legislators, and press conference calling for legislative action to tackle the climate crisis in Michigan.

You are also invited to participate in direct meetings with legislators throughout the day. Please arrive to the Capitol by 8am for a legislative briefing for this option.

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MI Clean Energy Future Day of Action

Lansing, MI 48933
United States

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Coming Together For Equitable Public Power

A number of communities are taking action to explore what it would take to break from investor-owned utilities who are failing to meet community reliability, sustainability, and affordability expectations and instead form a new public power utilities. Over two years and across multiple states, the Public Power Project collaboration explored the perspective of campaigners, public officials, staff of existing municipal power utilities, and communities already served by public power. Through landscape analysis, interviews, and focus groups this report shares insights gained about how public power, in its incumbent and emergent forms, can be equitable, just, and democratic.
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