Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has fought to shut the Enbridge Line 5 oil pipeline down to protect the environment of the Great Lakes region from a potential oil spill. Her challenger has promised to protect it.
Land management debates puncture the broader political context of energy, oil and climate change, Samantha Anderer reports. In northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, controversy surrounds the Enbridge Line 5 oil pipeline.
The decision to revoke the easement allowing a crude oil pipeline — Line 5 — to operate comes after more than 15 months of investigation into possible environmental and safety risks, reports Jenna Spray for Medill.
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The development of the Global Climate Change Teacher Institute by Kurt Pregitzer of the Michigan Technological University has resulted in the training of dozens of middle and high school teachers from around the country in physical, chemical, and... Read More