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Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy


Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Do you know what to do with storm debris? New tools for responding to natural disasters

Climate change is expected to worsen the frequency, intensity, and impact from extreme weather events, like floods, tornadoes, and ice storms. Natural disasters generally result in significant damage to infrastructure and increase in the amount and types of materials requiring disposal. EGLE has developed multiple resources for the public to help people plan and respond to these extreme weather events.

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Mi Healthy Climate Conference May 16-17, 2024, Lansing

2024 Michigan Healthy Climate Conference

Lansing Center, May 16 - 17, 2024

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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests

Find more information on obtaining public records. Many records are available without a formal FOIA request.

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Learn more about EGLE's programs and popular EGLE pages through this searchable list.

Environmental emergencies

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