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WMUK News
4:40 pm
Wed October 23, 2013

Making sustainability a habit

Solar panels near WMU's Miller Auditorium
Credit WMUK

A Western Michigan University graduate student is working on a project she hopes will dramatize the costs of not saving energy. The project was one focus of National Campus Sustainability Day events at Western on Wednesday (Oct. 23).

Western Michigan University officials say it has been working on ways to cut energy use for nearly two decades even has the number of buildings on campus grew. And Western President John Dunn says those efforts have paid off:

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Climate change
1:55 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

WestSouthwest: A conservative solution to climate change

Bob Inglis
Credit Energy and Enterprise Initiative

Interview with Bob Inglis

Former Congressman Bob Inglis tells WMUK's Andy Robins that we're approaching climate change thewrong way. 

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7:43 pm
Sun September 15, 2013

Two Sierra Club lawsuits in Holland consolidated into one

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Case revolves around work done on power plant in Holland
Two separate lawsuits from the Sierra Club against the city of Holland and the Holland Board of Public Works have been consolidated into one for trial by a federal judge in Kalamazoo. BPW General Manager Dave Koster said the suits are roughly five years old but would not comment on the pending litigation beyond that; discussion of such litigation is exempt from Michigan's Open Meetings Act.
8:37 am
Thu August 15, 2013

Oshtemo officials appeal power line ruling

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The company behind the project says it is pleased that state officials have approved the new transmission line.
OSHTEMO TOWNSHIP, MI -- The state has approved plans for high-voltage power transmission lines through several miles of Oshtemo Township, but the township will appeal the decision. The Oshtemo Township Board of Trustees met in closed session Tuesday to discuss its response to a ruling from the Michigan Public Service Commission that granted a certificate of public convenience and necessity to ITC for its proposed Weeds Lake project.
6:13 am
Thu August 8, 2013

Protest halts Enbridge tree clearing project in Cass County

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Case is being forwarded to Cass County prosecutor's office
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
MARCELLUS, MI - A Kalamazoo woman, who spent Wednesday on a platform in a tree protesting the Enbridge Line 6B replacement project, has come down from her perch.

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