Canadian Pacific’s plan would bring 62% more trucks and 70% more rail cars to a rail terminal on Detroit’s west side.
EES Coke is one of the largest emitters of sulfur dioxide in the state.
From manufacturing and installing EV charging stations to hiring workers of color, these Detoiters are paving the way for an equitable transition to EVs.
Congressional field hearing held in Detroit to collect testimony on impacts of pollution in vulnerable communities.
In its decision, GLWA cited state law and an independent investigation that found the flooding was inevitable based on the unprecedented rainfall.
Detroit has reassured neighbors that they will include community voices in the next steps, but advocates and residents cite a lack of public. engagement
Neighbors, lawmakers and environmental groups urge Detroit’s council to establish an agreement to mitigate harmful effects associated with operations at US Ecology South.
The office will connect urban farmers in Detroit with USDA programs ranging from conservation to loans and emergency relief.
A $53 million grant to The Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research will increase flood risk tools and restoration of the Detroit River.
The city’s Basement Backup Protection Program launched in May. So far, just four Detroit homes have been inspected and repaired.