General Motors plans to generate or source all electrical power for its 350 operations in 59 countries with 100 percent renewable energy — such as wind, sun, and landfill gas — by 2050. General Motors is working to fight climate change and reduce its environmental impact. As a result, GM is working to reduce emissions is through alternative sources of energy that produce no greenhouse gas emissions.
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Consumers Energy announced Gratiot Farms Wind Project is operational and contributes 150 megawatts of renewable energy to Michigan customers. Gratiot Farms Wind Project went online on December 16 and featured 60 turbines with a 150-megawatt capacity, enough to power about 58,000 residents.
The Detroit Army Corps of Engineers has kept records of ice coverage going back to 1973. The map shows the extent of the maximum ice cover on the Great Lakes for each year.We are tracking the Great Lakes Ice Coverage for the Winter of 2021.
The next time you brush your teeth or wash your face, you may be contributing to adding microplastic into the Great Lakes. The New York Times reports that microplastics are… Read More »Are the Great Lakes a Microplastic Soup With PFAS On the Side?
Indiana Dunes National Park will receive more than $26,000 in financial assistance in 2021 from the non-profit group, Friends of Indiana Dunes, Inc.
Authorities warn to use extreme caution when snowmobiling on lake ice in the Great Lakes region.
A pioneering new study conducted by researchers at UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior found that motorcycling can also provide several mental and physical benefits
Mega Millions Lottery winning ticket was sold in a Michigan Kroger for a $1 billion jackpot. Numbers: 4, 26, 42, 50, 60, and a Mega Ball of 24.
The National Park Service issued a letter of intent to develop a lease for the historic Sleeping Bear Inn and Garage in Glen Haven, Michigan.
Sebewaing one of the sweetest areas in Michigan’s Thumb. Known as the Sugar Beet Capital and the yearly Michigan Sugar Festival.