Detroit got us off the sidewalks and into our cars. Now urban planners see the need to reverse that scenario: get people on bikes, e-scooters and on their feet, for the health of our people and our community cohesion. Justin Snowden, chief of Mobility Strategy, City of Detroit shares insight.
Oakland County was once the power zone of Michigan’s conservative movement. That’s shifted in recent years to a more balanced demographic, and now activists are hoping a call for environmental justice and the transition to clean energy will resonate here. Our two podcast guests are working hard to make it so.
More than 30 square miles of land will be needed to site the 6,000 megawatts of solar panels already proposed for Michigan. Where will it go? Siting is central to the success of our transition to clean energy, and Dr. Sarah Mills has made this the focus of her research. She shares tremendous insight on this Speaking of Resilience podcast.
Milestone: As part of our 25th year, Jim Dulzo reflects on our work to stop the rush of coal plant construction in Michigan, a fight that began in 2007 and lasted through 2013.
How Michigan conservatives and liberals can find common ground in working toward the clean energy future.
Dr. Missy Stults is leading what is arguably the most ambitious government-sanctioned carbon reduction plan in the nation. On the Speaking of Resilience inaugural episode, we ask her to explore how the plan came to pass and what lies ahead.