This interview took place on Thursday, March 27th 2014 at 3PM in The State Room at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center at Michigan State University. Mark Meadows is the Political Char of the Political Committee for the Central Michigan Group Sierra Club Chapter in Michigan.
Lauren: So how exactly did you
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I’m married with 3 children and live in East Lansing. I grew up in Keego Harbor, MI and went through West Bloomfield Public Schools. I got a Natural Resource undergraduate degree from
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Devon: First of all could you tell me a little about yourself?
Lee: Well, I grew up in Michigan outside of Detroit went to the University of Michigan spent a while on where I was going to study ended up as a special education teacher and also
Elizabeth Brajevich: Could you give me some information on what Michigan Environmental Council is doing to support Proposal 3?Read more
David Gard: The primary thing we're doing right now is speaking engagements, so we're going around the state with different staff members, heading out-a lot of these things happen in the evenings
On October 17, Michigan Policy Network spoke to Nancy Moody, who oversees the lobbying efforts of DTE Energy, one of the state's largest utilities. Nancy spoke with us in her office about the legislative process behind the landmark 2008 energy package; how her history as a teacher helps her in her
Hugh McDiarmid is Communications Director of the Michigan Environmental Council, a charitable organization and coalition that, through the political process, works to make changes that benefit Michigan's environmental movement.
Erica Bloom of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters is the newest member of the staff as the Program Director.
Bill Schalk is Spokesperson for the Cook Nuclear Power Plant. This plant, owned and operated by American Electric Power, consists of two pressurized water reactors, Unit 1 and Unit 2, that have been used in commercial operation since 1975 and 1978 respectively. These units produce enough electricity for more than one and
Q. Can you tell me a little bit about your career background?
A. Well, my degree is from Central Michigan University. I graduated with a degree in leisure services, commercial recreation. So I did a little bit of work in that field in some resort and some health clubs
Q. Could you tell me a little bit about your career background?
A. Yes. I am a patent attorney by training. I practiced patent law for 15 years before I ran for office. I practiced primarily in the chemical area, because my undergraduate degree is in chemistry. So I
Derrell Slaughter is the Lansing Director for Greenation , an organization that has recently formed to impress the issue of environmental justice onto the green economy debate. I recently sat down with Mr. Slaughter to find out more about his organization. You can hear the whole conversation in mp3 format
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In Connection with Michigan Environmental Council
Q: What is the background of the Michigan Chapter of REP?
The Michigan Chapter was formed in 1997 by a group of Traverse City area residents who had strong concerns about environmental protection in that area,
What is the Michigan Environmental Council?
A non-profit agency, we work on environmental related policy issues at the federal and state level. We represent about 60 environmental, interfaith, and health advocacy groups in the state of Michigan. The area I work on is energy policy which includes