U-M experts,  students,  government officials  and grass roots organizations met recently to highlight Michigan’s need for stronger clean air safeguards.  Julia Ruedig ( Erb ’15) observed that, “Climate change can no longer be ignored,” adding “The economic and environmental scenarios presented in the National Climate Assessment are not science-fiction. My generation will live to see these disaster scenarios become reality if today’s leaders do not act to mitigate our contributions to climate change.”

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Environment Michigan
Students, local officials weigh in on climate change as town hall convenes in Ann Arbor

Michigan Daily
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