Governor Rick Snyder says it’s time for state lawmakers to set new energy goals for Michigan. He says those goals should include burning less coal and increasing renewable energy production over the next decade.
Snyder outlined a broad set of goals for energy policy between now and 2025 during a roundtable Thursday in Detroit.
New CAFE standards are doable, according to Charles Griffith, the Climate and Energy Program Director at the Ecology Center in Ann Arbor. He's our guest on this week's Issues of the Environment from WEMU.