MBSR members support MI Healthy Climate Plan, April 2022
Corporate Leaders Support a Carbon-Neutral Michigan
Equity and sustainability are critical to the economic success and viability of our companies and Michigan. We are sustainability leaders representing some of Michigan’s largest and most trusted businesses. As members of the Michigan Business Sustainability Roundtable (MBSR), convened by the Erb Institute at University of Michigan, we urge all Michiganders to come together in collaboration and support of Michigan’s movement toward a healthier and more sustainable economy.
On April 22, 2022 Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) delivered to Governor Gretchen Whitmer the final MI Healthy Climate Plan, a high-level strategy to guide the state toward its 2050 carbon neutrality goal. This plan was conceived through a thoughtful, stakeholder-informed process in response to the growing climate crisis. EGLEs commitment to carbon neutrality centers on job creation, economic growth, a more resilient Great Lakes system and improved quality of life for all Michiganders.
In support of the MBSR, the Erb Institute is producing several internal and external research reports and landscape assessments. External reports include:
The MBSR’s work is:
driven by justice
powered by collective action
informed by research
Who is the MBSR?
Representation by Sector
The MBSR comprises senior sustainability leaders from organizations headquartered in or with a large presence in Michigan, including:
Ford Motor Company
Food & Agriculture
Walker-Miller Energy Services
Michigan State University
Bedrock Real Estate Services
The views expressed by the Michigan Business Sustainability Roundtable are those of the collective group and do not necessarily reflect the official policies or positions of the MBSR individual members and/or their affiliated companies or organizations.