Energy News Network: Michigan’s two largest cities face distinct policy challenges, but when it comes to cutting greenhouse gas emissions, Detroit and Grand Rapids share a top priority.
Both cities see buildings as a key element to meeting ambitious climate goals in the coming decades. And both are hoping that voluntary programs and a lead-by-example approach will be enough to spur broad change.
The most significant government policy, business, and technology news and analysis delivered to your inbox.Subscribe Now
i360Gov is an intelligent network of websites and e-newsletters that provides government business, policy and technology leaders with a single destination for the most important news and analysis regarding their agency strategies and initiatives.
Toll Free: 855.i360.Gov