environment

Mayor's office hosting 12th annual Green Fair.

Green Houses and Green Energy

Jun 6, 2012

GreenovationTV

Founder and host of GreenovationTV Matt Grocoff arrives on the air to talk about Greenovation's mission and some ideas to save costs on energy, as well as his 'Mission Zero' to eliminate the negative environmental impact of every home in America.

Fighting to  keep Asian carp out of the great lakes.

 

A reddened Earth.
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Dr. Michael Mann

Why do some people deny global warming? David talks to Dr. Michael Mann, author of 'The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches from the Front Lines' to try to understand why.

Fly, Butterflies!

May 9, 2012

The Southeast Michigan Butterfly Association

This week, Clark talks to Brenda Dziedzic, co-founder and President of the Southeast Michigan Butterfly Association, about making your garden more attractive to butterflies.

Growing food locally is Growing Hope in Ypsilanti area.

A sign for MichCon.
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DTE Energy to clean up polluted MichCon site in Ann Arbor.

Waste Not Dump Not?

Apr 25, 2012
Piles of trash in a landfill.
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Republican state lawmakers are racing to repeal Michigan's ban on yard waste going to landfills. David talks to Jeff Irwin this week, a member of the House Committee on Energy and Technology.

Earth Day is Sunday

Apr 20, 2012

Congressman John Dingell talks with WEMU's David Fair about new congressional battles to protect the environment.

Healthy reptiles and amphibians mean a healthier environment for all.   It's the focus of this week's Issues of the Environment from WEMU.

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.

This week's Issues of the Environment from WEMU focuses on the finding new uses for the things you no longer want, rather than just throwing them away.

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