Michigan Actions

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Michiganders Need Utility Shutoff Protection Now

We are deeply concerned about Michiganders struggling economically during this COVID-19 pandemic and the potential for many to lose access to gas and electric in their homes.

Make Oakland County Green

For the first time in decades, Oakland County has new leadership. With climate change growing ever more urgent, a group of environmental organizations and other stakeholders have developed the firs

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Tell our legislators: Don't raid the Bottle Bill!

Michigan’s bottle deposit law, the “bottle bill” was passed by Michigan voters with broad bipartisan support to address litter and provide funding to cleanup our water.

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Michigan Must Set Strong Standards on PFAS

Michigan has been a leader in addressing PFAS. In the summer of 2019 the Whitmer Administration began to create Michigan’s first-ever enforceable drinking water standards for PFAS chemicals.

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Water is a Public Resource in Michigan

Our state is defined by water, and in Michigan our water belongs to the people. But we don’t always act like water is our most importance resource.