Michigan-Wisconsin To Unite On Climate Change Efforts

Interlochen Public Radio: Michigan and Wisconsin have agreed to cooperate on efforts to study and slow the effects of climate change in the Great Lakes region. The agreement allows Michigan to adopt Wisconsin's climate plan, which is further along in development. Michael Beaulac, with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment, says it makes sense to cooperate because Great Lakes shipping, wildlife migration and habitat shifts don't stop at state borders. "For example, we may have less ......

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