The former Vice President and presidential candidate will deliver the keynote address at the International Joint Commission’s Great Lakes Water Quality biennial meeting next month.
Faced with increasing risks of intense storms, heat stress, clean water availability and economic hardship, municipal leaders are seeking high-quality, location-specific analyses to help plan for climate change impacts.
Michigan is among 16 states named by an environmental group as “most likely” to experience serious flooding and other problems over the next several decades.
A lot of people are wondering if it’s getting hotter and hotter each summer. Is it really, or are we becoming wimps?
A new reports says 5 Great Lakes national parks are already feeling the impact of climate change in the forms of rising temperatures and eroding shorelines.
Miller Canfield will host its “Second Annual International Climate Law & Policy Symposium” on Wednesday, May 18 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at NextEnergy Center, 461 Burroughs St. in Detroit.
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At 8:30 PM on Saturday, March 26, lights will switch off around the globe for Earth Hour.
While debate on climate change often strikes a caustic tone, the real impediment to meaningful dialogue is that the two sides often talk past each other in what amounts to a “logic schism,” says a University of Michigan researcher.
Many Americans are skeptical about whether the world’s weather is changing, but apparently the degree of skepticism varies systematically depending on what that change is called. According to a University of Michigan study published in the forthcoming issue of Public Opinion Quarterly, more people believe in “climate change” than in “global warming.”