Blown Away: The Increasing Importance of Wind Energy in Michigan
The future of the environment is a controversial topic in 21st century America. Two polarities exist on the subject of the environment. Typically conservatives reject climate change and doubt any human causation, claiming it to be a mythical phenomenon. On the flipside, scientists and advocacy groups alike are pressing for action, as they consider global warming a legitimate threat to human existence. In exploring the subgroup that is opting to protect the environment, it is apparent that a multitude of routes are available to counteract climate change. Particularly in the state of Michigan, no conservation effort is as prominent as the initiative to create a system of clean, renewable energy.
Other Working Papers Series at UM
- See working papers series with relevance to local, state and/or urban policy from around the University of Michigan