MUSKEGON, Mich. (WWJ) – Former Governor Jennifer Granholm is back in Michigan to speak out against climate change.

Granholm will be among a coalition of community members who greet a bus tour called “I Will Act On Climate” when it arrives at 10 Monday morning in Muskegon. The tour is going through 27 states.

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Kim Walton, program director at the Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center, says currently the nation doesn’t have an energy policy, adding that the bus tour could be a step towards creating one.

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The bus tour will also make a stop at Peoples Community Services in Detroit on Monday afternoon. The list of speakers at the Detroit event includes Randy Block, director of the Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network; Guy Williams of Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice; and Community Activist Douglas Myers; among others.

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The tour comes after President Obama took action on climate change by announcing the nation’s first-ever limits on carbon pollution, as well as infrastructure improvements to deal with the effects of climate change and new investments in clean energy and energy efficiency.