We abuse land because we see it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect. -Aldo Leopold
NMEAC has been fighting for a clean and just environment in northern Michigan for more than 38 years. We are an all-volunteer organization that works on a myriad of issues including clean energy, fresh water, smart development, and other issues that preserve and protect northern Michigan as a place to thrive.
Peter Sinclair and Climate Change.
Sinclair has been in Greenland again this past summer and interviewing climate scientists year round about the critical changes happening to our home, the Earth. Thursday, November 8, 6:30 at NMC’s Scholars Hall, Room 109. Free, public is urged to attend – especially students, faculty and administrators.
The Mackinac Bridge Authority should NOT be responsible for an Enbridge oil tunnel in the Straits!
The Governor is trying to circumvent Michigan’s environmental laws by appointing new members who will support accepting this responsibility by the Mackinac Bridge Authority. Seems like the Big Mac is doing well, and must have the MBA’s full attention – not taking on the huge financial responsibility for a tunnel to ship oil from Alberta to Sarnia, Ontario. Read more here, and then send an email to the Mackinac Bridge Authority's Bob Sweeney now, before their March 8, 2018 meeting in St. Ignace, 9am-12pm at the Little Bear East Arena, 275 Marquette St. If you can, attend the meeting (RSVP HERE). where Enbridge will pitch its tunnel proposal to members of the bridge authority for the first time.
Get your Stickers saying NO TUNNEL to place on your SHUT DOWN LINE 5 sign. Ask Ann, June or Greg or email us here
ENVIRONMENTALIST of the YEAR 2019 will be April 26, 2019! Save the date...
Environmentalist of the Year 2018 -- Read more here!
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