March 10 - Michigan is moving aggressively to address climate change on numerous fronts, with a focus on ensuring that low-income residents and communities of color are equitably represented in the actions, EGLE Director Liesl Clark told an audience at the Climate Leadership Conference in Detroit last week.

"We are thinking not only about the adaptation and stress issues caused by climate but also equity and ensuring that low-income residents and communities of color are provided with the tools to both adapt to climate effects and that they'll benefit from climate initiatives like clean jobs and green infrastructure," she said during a plenary address to the audience.

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