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Michigan, whose regulations have been controlled by the iron hand of the car industry, is about to join the twenty-four states committed to a 52% reduction of Greenhouse Gases by 2030. In addition, in 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Directive 2020-10 https://bit.ly/3s1MimN committing to carbon neutrality no later than 2050. It calls for a phaseout of coal and stricter energy requirements for electric utilities by 2030, a standard opposed by DTE who’s committed to 100% electric generation by 2050.

Dallas Burtraw, an analyst at Resources for the Future, observed, “For Michigan to do this would put it at the vanguard not just of state clean-energy policy but of global clean-energy policy.”

#Michigan #climate #equalityingov #globalwarming


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