- Registration now open for the Michigan Green Infrastructure Conference
Registration now open for the Michigan Green Infrastructure Conference May 8-9, 2014 at the Lansing Center
- MDEQ leader Dan Wyant: A year of water for Michigan
"The governor is focused on energy and the environment," Wyant says. "This is really going to be a year that we're going to do a lot of work on water, on land issues, on natural resources that are so valuable to Michigan."
- The Great Lakes State thrives under DNR Director Keith Creagh
"The governor's budget really put natural resources front and center," Creagh says. Governor Snyder proposed funds for emergency dredging of the Great Lakes, he says, which will make sure boaters can travel safely and that the industry and economy are protected.
- MSU Sustainability Report: Spartans work to grow greener each year
The Energy Transition Plan sets important goals for MSU's future, Battle says, but significant progress has already been made. Greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced by about 14 percent and geothermal energy is now heating and cooling the new Bott Building for Nursing Education and Research, she says.
- 2012 Michigan Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference
Driving Sustainable Manufacturing October 26, 2012 Wayne State University, Detroit
Fred Poston: Striving to Be Spartan Green at MSU part 3
- Fred Poston talks with Kirk Heinze on WJR
MSU is expanding its use of locally-produced foods on campus.
“Our student organic farm has been growing to the point where it can provide some food stuffs to our residence halls,” Poston says. “MSU serves about 50,000 meals a day; so we can’t go totally locally-grown, but it’s part of our mix.
“Students come to campus with a lot of expectations for choices, and residential hospitality services has been reworking the residence halls to meet these desires.”
Click on the arrow above to hear part three of Poston’s August 27 Greening of the Great Lakes conversation with Kirk Heinze. Greening of the Great Lakes airs every Friday evening at 7 on News/Talk 760 WJR.
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